The Canadian dollar got a reprieve from the US Federal Reserve yesterday, but it’s one that will ultimately be short-lived.
Amid fears of an expanding ISIS presence and a UN report decrying the country’s deteriorating security outlook, the Obama administration is poised to abandon its plans for a sweeping drawdown of the US military presence in Afghanistan.
China’s state-owned enterprises are being told to adapt to market conditions or perish. Does this mean the most bloated sector of the Chinese economy will finally shape up?
An uptick in fighting over the past month has done little to draw global attention to the civil war raging on Europe’s doorstep. But a US plan to arm government forces could change all that.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part two focuses on Canada.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part one focuses on Venezuela and Cuba.
2015 projects to be another difficult year for the Middle East, with old vacuums widening and a few new ones opening up.
2015 will set the tone of US-Russia relations for decades to come.
Nigeria is home to a fundamentalist insurgency that predates the ascendance of ISIS, and 2015 could just be the year that Boko Haram succeeds in carving a chunk out of Africa’s most populous state.
2015 will bring success or failure to the slow-motion rapprochement unfolding between Washington and Tehran. Whatever the outcome, this is an issue that will shape the geopolitical landscape for decades to come.