This year’s meeting of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change has the most positive momentum behind it since Copenhagen – but is the hope warranted?
In his haste to punish Turkey, Putin may be undermining Russia’s long-term geopolitical position as a key energy supplier.
If Central Asian states fail to come up with fair and inclusive institutions to manage increasingly scarce water resources, they run the risk of armed conflict in the future.
The Revival of Jihad in Bangladesh: Is Islamic State at India’s Doorsteps?
Islamic State is becoming more active in Bangladesh, with serious implications for India’s security.
Will it be ‘business as usual’ or ‘hell hath no fury like a Putin scorned’?
The post-Paris spirit of détente on global terrorism has proven short-lived.
Foreign investors are eager to tap into Iran ahead of the full implementation of the JCPOA.