Nigeria is in the grips of a massive fuel shortage that has ground its national economy to a halt.
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.
Who benefits from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) if fast-track legislation ever passes Congress?
Which US companies stand to gain the most from the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
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 recent decision by the People’s Bank of China to cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point to 5.1% tells us a lot about the Chinese government’s priorities.
Like the recent thaw with Iran, President Obama’s move to normalize US-Cuban relations is motivated by the need to compete for markets and influence in an increasingly bipolar world.
Détente between Iran and the West is transforming the geopolitical landscape of the Middle East, and governments and investors the world over are scrambling to profit from the new normal.
A sudden uptick in Taliban attacks in northern Afghanistan has some worried about the security of the Silk Road initiative.
A brief overview of the key economic and geopolitical risk factors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).