Appraising the geopolitical and market fallout from the mysterious attack on Saudi oil facilities earlier this month.
For those keeping track at home, this will be the fourth general election in four years.
With an expected rate cut and a rare liquidity intervention, the US Federal Reserve has been moving markets this week.
Monetary stimulus has returned to Europe, and President Trump isn’t happy about it.
The EU-Mercosur free trade agreement had some uncomfortable environmental connotations from the very beginning, and the latest Amazon row has put them into much sharper relief.
In sharp contrast to the United States’ blasé attitude toward recent missile tests by Pyongyang, Japan is increasingly alarmed.
Italy coalition negotiations come down to the wire, Assad’s Idlib offensive rolls out, and North Korea unleashes its “super-large multiple rocket launcher.”
Pakistan’s water issues will go from bad to worse after glaciers in the Indus Basin pass the peak water mark later this century.
So long as the EU defense industry is not the sum of its national parts, it will struggle to compete with giants like Russia and the United States.
Turkey-Russia cooperation is under strain as the Syrian regime intensifies its attempts to re-take the last major rebel stronghold in the civil war.