The new think tank America 2100 is set to amplify the Florida senator's messaging on defence and foreign policy, including his strong support for Israel and hawkish stance towards China and Cuba.
France's bid for autonomy in the production of electric vehicle batteries involves China. The European group ACC's gigafactory, which is about to deliver its first products, relies heavily on a supplier from Guangdong.
Washington's position on the Israeli-Palestinian dossier at the ICC is at odds with its ongoing behind-the-scenes push for Russia's alleged war crimes in Ukraine to be prosecuted.
Across the globe, spies gather in inconspicuous dens to meet contacts and hold discreet conversations. This week, Intelligence Online visits the Metropolitan Club, a traditional meeting point for politicians, CIA officials, lobbyists and corporate consultants.
Against the backdrop of wars in Ukraine and the Middle East and rivalries in the Indo-Pacific and Arctic, having sovereign weather capabilities is once again a priority for Beijing and Washington as they can leverage the data with their allies. After years of mismanagement of its military weather programmes, Washington wants to get its act together again under the aegis of the recently created Space Force.
Appointments, reforms and the issues at stake: every Monday, Intelligence Online serves up snippets big and small from the global intelligence community.
In the midst of his presidential campaign, Indonesian Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto is already working out the future of the country's defence contracts if he wins the election on 14 February.
Across the globe, spies gather in inconspicuous dens where they meet contacts and hold discreet conversations. This week, Intelligence Online visits the InterContinental Kyiv, where business leaders, foreign correspondents and delegations of all kinds cross paths.
Israeli cyber specialist Cellebrite recently opened an office in Thailand, where it is keen to keep selling its wares to the police and the Department of Special Investigation. By doing so, the firm is following in the footsteps of NSO Group and Nice Systems.
EDGE's takeover of International Golden Group is calling into question the strategy of several Western defence companies, including Safran, which recently relied on this company to win several contracts in Abu Dhabi.
Bouyed by foreign funding, the western Ukrainian city of Lviv is receiving multiple investment pledges. South Korea is the first to open its own hub in the region, matching the municipal's plans to develop its drone production capacity.
Arkady, one of seven children of sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich, is maintaining a sprawling business empire, weaving a web of offshore companies that Intelligence Online has traced.
Appointments, financial results, new contracts: every Wednesday, we report on events big and small that matter in the global corporate intelligence community.
Against the backdrop of wars in Ukraine and the Middle East and rivalries in the Indo-Pacific and Arctic, having sovereign weather capabilities is once again a priority for Beijing and Washington as they can leverage the data with their allies. Private companies are increasingly aware of the difficulties faced by governments involved in this race and are taking up positions across the entire weather and climate value chain.
Abu Dhabi cyber intelligence firm CPX is about to be absorbed by a new entity. It had never quite found its way in the UAE cyber landscape after being launched as the country's flagship cyber outfit last year.
From SIGINT to GEOINT and OSINT and a dose of cyber, each week we report on events both big and small that matter in the community of technical intelligence providers.