The last two years have been filled with violent war and conflict. Foreign Policy explains that it could get even worse in 2024:
Earlier this week, Foreign Policy featured 10 conflicts to watch in 2024. Here, we are focusing on those international disputes that have been flying under the radar but could emerge as full-blown conflicts in the next year.
This list is not intended to be predictive; rather, it is a warning from FP’s columnists and contributors that there are a number of flash points—from Abkhazia to Essequibo—that deserve more attention than they have received from observers of international conflict and geopolitical risk.—Sasha Polakow-Suransky, deputy editor.
The eight places FP is watching are:
- Venezuela’s Threat to Guyana
- Subsea Sabotage Off Ireland’s Coast
- A Spillover of Myanmar’s Conflict Into China and India
- The Russian Navy in Abkhazia
- The Taliban Threat to Pakistan
- An Arctic NATO-Russia Showdown
- The Collapse of Belarus
- A Coup in Cameroon
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