Zachary Fillingham - Jun 19, 13
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Zachary Fillingham examines how this week's announcement of EU-US trade talks influences the politics of euroskepticism in the UK.
G. Bin Zhao - May 28, 13
G. Bin Zhao argues that though China's economy may be facing a rough ride over next few years as the new leadership introduces major changes, the country will be emerging as a global powerhouse in two decades.
Zachary Fillingham - May 27, 13
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Zachary Fillingham argues that Canada can learn a lot from Taiwan's successful waste reduction and recycling programs.
David Spenser - May 03, 13
The Geopoliticalmonitor's David Spenser examines the current state of Canadian aid programs to Sudan.
Nicolai Due-Gundersen - Apr 25, 13
Nicolai Due-Gundersen examines how the Arab Spring came to derail some of Bahrain’s best laid economic plans.
Jono Hunt - Apr 15, 13
The GPM's latest infographic examines some of the key projects driving Sudan's golden renaissance.
Zachary Fillingham - Apr 07, 13
Part one in a series examining China-India relations in the 21st century.
Zachary Fillingham - Apr 02, 13
A list of some of the critical economic and security issues facing the world in April 2013, covering: North Korea, Japan, China, the Central African Republic, Cyprus, India, Pakistan, Argentina, and Myanmar.
Zachary Fillingham - Mar 18, 13
The latest developments coming out of Cyprus might not seem overly dramatic: swapping the abstract, shared liability of taxpayer money for a more direct one in bank savings accounts. But in this small policy pivot lies the seed for a new and potentially ruinous fear that could spread through the peripheral European markets.
Dr. Murray Hunter - Jan 29, 13
In the rapidly urbanizing ASEAN region of today, upward mobility requires a diploma, degree, and some form of post graduate qualifications, particularly within the desirable publicly listed companies in the region. Upon closer scrutiny of what is taught at these "B" schools, a colonial hangover and psychological dependence on "Western" ideas appears to still linger on. This is somewhat ironic in a region where most Southeast Asian governments espouse their own national values and "ways of doing things.”