Sim Tack is the co-founder and chief military analyst at Force Analysis, which provides extensive data and analysis on global armed conflicts. Prior to this, Mr. Tack worked in both a capacity as analyst and developing intelligence processes and infrastructure at Stratfor, Jane's IHS Defense, and the Geopolitical and Conflict Report.
Mr. Tack started tracking and writing about, global high-level geopolitics and armed conflicts in 2006 at the Geopolitical and Conflict Report, during which he developed a particular focus on the conflict in Somalia. His research eventually led to him to work as the Somalia Subject Matter Expert at Jane's IHS Defense, and later as a Sub-Saharan Africa analyst at Stratfor.
Mr. Tack earned his B.Sc. in International Relations from the London School of Economics, and an M.A. in Security and Intelligence Studies from the University of Buckingham.
The North Atlantic Treaty sets the stage for collective self-defense, but intended weaknesses in the language of the treaty and the procedural mechanics behind it cause intervention to be defined by individual interests.
By Sim Tack
The island has played an important part in the U.S. rise to power.
By Sim Tack