Weak oil demand is projected to persist through the first half of 2021, compounding divisions within the OPEC+ cartel.
In what seems to be an emerging norm for the executive branch, US President Joe Biden has wasted no time in dismantling key planks of his predecessor’s agenda.
The Biden administration has proposed a bold – and expensive – stimulus package to reinvigorate the US economy, and its legislative path will say a lot about how US politics will operate over the next two years.
Mass lockdowns and temporary COVID-19 hospitals have returned to China, and the timing couldn’t be worse.
Asia is expected to lead the way in a post-COVID global economic recovery, but a new upsurge in COVID-19 cases highlights how the region is not out of the woods yet.
ASEAN represents one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing economic blocs in the world. What can we expect in 2021?
Last year saw a dramatic rise in negative perceptions of China. What can Beijing do to reverse the trend in 2021?
COVID-19 price pressures have savaged the fiscal health of oil producing states. Which ones will be hurting the most in 2021?
Will inter-Korean tensions be dialed up or dialed down in the year ahead?
Will 2021 be looked back on as a turning point in the global pivot toward renewable energy sources?