ASEAN must change its voting mechanism if there’s any hope for the bloc to play an active role in de-escalating one of the major flashpoints in the world today.
A look at which fields are still pumping oil in Africa’s energy powerhouse turned failed state.
Nigeria is in the grips of a massive fuel shortage that has ground its national economy to a halt.
Islamic State has made some gains following Libya’s disintegration into two rival governments.
A look at some of the key events moving oil markets worldwide.
Recent moves by the Chinese government signal that there will be no debt reckoning to spoil the party of solid growth and frothy stock markets – at least for now.
Two maps that help explain Islamic State's Ramadi offensive.
Whether they keep the city or not; the damage is already done. The fall of Ramadi is a major setback in the war against Islamic State.
In refusing to view the Greek sovereign debt crisis through anything but an economic lens, the EU is risking its own relevance as a major international player.
The British Conservative Party pulled out a surprise majority in elections last week, but with major issues like EU membership, the rise of regional parties, and a leadership race looming, it won’t all be smooth sailing ahead.