Euro zone banks are hoovering up sovereign debt, and in doing so risk a repeat the ‘death loop’ that nearly tore the monetary union apart in the 2010s.
Though short on details, the recent China-Iran deal could one day be looked back on as a seminal moment in the geopolitics of the Middle East.
Peru’s presidency is up for grabs in what projects to be one of the most competitive elections in recent memory. But governing won’t be easy for the winner.
Palma is re-taken by security forces in Mozambique, Peruvians head to the polls, and Russian troops amass near the Ukrainian border.
Last week’s brutal Palma attack is fueling concerns of state collapse in northeast Mozambique.
Early vaccine euphoria is fading as policymakers grapple with resurgent COVID-19 outbreaks in Europe and North America.
Past is precedent in Israeli election, Secretary-General Guterres warns on the financial stability of the developing world, and troubling signs of a civil war in Myanmar.
Biden’s vision of Western unity was always going to face some hard economic realities. Coordinated sanctions on Xinjiang stand as an early test.
Exploring the history, composition, and tactics of the ‘little blue men’ of China’s littoral waters – the People’s Armed Forces Maritime Militia.
A recent Congressional Budget Office report could play killjoy to the Biden administration’s stimulus efforts.