Will it be ‘business as usual’ or ‘hell hath no fury like a Putin scorned’?
Foreign investors are eager to tap into Iran ahead of the full implementation of the JCPOA.
With no recovery in sight for oil prices, will the “fragile five” governments of Libya, Iraq, Nigeria, Venezuela, and Algeria succumb to their fiscal pressures?
By amplifying the threat of Islamic State, the Paris attacks have opened the door for a Western compromise on the fate of Syria President Bashar al-Assad.
Saudi Arabia is burning through its fiscal and natural resources at an alarming rate.
Interventions by the United States and Russia are achieving the opposite of their intended effect in the Middle East.
Global oil markets are stuck in bear territory, and it doesn’t look like that will be changing any time soon as a handful of global events conspire to keep prices down.
Though it might seem otherwise, drone strikes aren’t the only tactical option for counterterrorism operations.
The caliphate is fighting its real economic problems the only way it knows how: with historical fantasy.
Russia’s recent airstrikes in Syria have led to a whole new situation on the ground in the protracted Syrian civil war, seemingly bringing further chaos in their wake.