With plunging oil prices and Western sanctions, Russia is caught in a perfect economic storm. How long can the Putin government weather it?
Sanction relief for Iran, GDP numbers in China, and a possible rate hike from the Bank of Canada.
The South China Sea will remain one of the world’s most dangerous flashpoints through 2016.
A broken economy, a fed-up electorate, and an intransigent ruling party have set the stage for a serious political crisis in Venezuela.
Analysis and short-term forecasting on key military, political, and economic events around the globe.
How will the Fifth Plenum respond to the growing list of economic and military challenges facing China?
The Harper era included a few major departures from the past in terms of Canadian foreign policy. Will Justin Trudeau continue the trend?
Market turmoil is making the Fed’s September decision a lot more complicated than it seemed a month ago.
Will China’s surprise devaluation kick off a global ‘race to the bottom’ among the currencies of major exporters?
State authorities in China seem to have reached a delicate equilibrium in stemming the decline of equities, though some are worried that the intervention will have its own separate cost.