Recent developments in Ottawa and the courts count as a step towards establishing a culture of accountability for Canadian mining companies operating abroad.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan may have faded into the background over the past decade, but two high-profile airport attacks in Pakistan suggest that the militant group has returned as a threat.
If there’s one thing Moscow hates, it’s other countries encroaching into Russian territory, especially those against which it sees itself as competing for influence and power.
China’s rare earth mineral quota and Indonesia’s metal export ban are both proving a headache for importers in the developed world.
A recent spate of attacks in China’s restive Xinjiang province has some worried about the long-term risk to regional energy supplies.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com’s Jacqueline Côté predicts growing instability in not just Kazakhstan’s energy industry, but its political establishment as well.