Three geoeconomic factors will determine the future of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan: opium, natural resources, and regional trade networks.
France withdraws ambassadors over AUKUS, Canada heads to the polls, and the Federal Reserve prepares to show its hand on bond tapering.
Chronicling the events that led to the present low point in China-Australia relations.
Record-high natural gas prices have European consumers hoping for a mild winter.
The pact is notable in its shift from style to substance in US-led efforts to counter China in the Indo-Pacific.
What does too-big-to-fail with Chinese characteristics look like? Evergrande could be just that.
Supply concerns seem to be trumping fears of technological disruptions, with an EV-driven demand boom looming on the horizon.
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan reshuffles the geopolitical deck in Central Asia, leaving India with what appears to be a losing hand.
Russian elections, a US angle on the Guinean coup, and a financial crisis in Sri Lanka.
Citing improved growth and rising inflation, the ECB moved to scale back its bond purchases. But don’t call it a taper.
The mismanagement of Lebanon is almost criminally negligent. But perhaps that’s the point.