The austerity model championed by Germany and its troika partners has failed. Now the Greek people have a chance to seal austerity’s fate, and in doing so revitalize a monetary union that has lost its way.
A recent visit by Prime Minister Modi highlights the boundless potential of India-South Korea relations.
Britain’s political class lacks a convincing vision for the future of the United Kingdom. They should think harder or face the Union’s dissolution as the country turns away from the wider world.
Two key elections took place over the weekend, producing a shock result in Turkey and more of the same in Mexico.
Mexicans will head to the polls for mid-term elections on June 7th in what is viewed as a critical test of public support for the ruling PRI government and its business-friendly policies.
Punishing those responsible for a spate of recent blogger deaths won’t be easy given the Islamic fundamentalist ‘state within a state’ that exists in Bangladesh.
The British Conservative Party pulled out a surprise majority in elections last week, but with major issues like EU membership, the rise of regional parties, and a leadership race looming, it won’t all be smooth sailing ahead.
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.
The number of European jihadists operating in Syria has been dramatically underestimated.