In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part two focuses on Canada.
The election on January 25 is only the beginning of Greece’s problems; voters are not prepared to grant to any one party the power to implement policies that will satisfy the people at home and creditors abroad.
Geography still has a lot to tell us about the roots of international conflict.
For all the crackdowns on civil society throughout the post-Soviet sphere and Middle East, we’ve heard surprisingly little about Azerbaijan.
Greek voters are being asked to choose between austerity and stimulus, and the whole world is watching.
2015 will set the tone of US-Russia relations for decades to come.
The euro zone’s existential crisis has occupied international headlines for over four years now, and that’s exactly why 2015 could just be the year that breaks the Union’s back.
Though not necessarily the USSR of old, Vladimir Putin is building up a political culture that will outlast his rule.
A brief overview of the historical, political, demographic, and economic issues facing Bahrain.
Part one in an editorial series on the legal, economic, and military dimensions of the nuclear industry and nuclear commerce in the 21st century.