Prime Minister Modi is in Central Asia trying to widen India’s footprint in the region, with one major concern being an early implementation of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline.
Uranium mining executives were at a higher risk for heart attacks this month after two Japanese courts ruled on the restart of nuclear reactors in the country.
Unconfirmed sightings of Russian subs and newly assertive Russian air power is causing some Scandinavian states to re-think NATO membership.
Will the impasse between the Mongolian government and major mining firm Rio Tinto over the massive gold-copper Oyu Tolgoi mine finally be resolved, and as early as this month?
All of South Africa’s political ills are weakening its position at the bargaining table, and may cost it billions in rand in the end.
Could World Bank forecasts for ‘disappointing’ global trade growth produce another lull in TTIP negotiations?
For all the crackdowns on civil society throughout the post-Soviet sphere and Middle East, we’ve heard surprisingly little about Azerbaijan.
Last week’s election result has brought more questions than answers concerning the future of Greenland’s mining industry.
Whether a question of imperial relapse or simple economics, Moscow has long been trying to consolidate its influence in Central Asia through the Eurasian Economic Union. But some key regional governments are still not convinced.
Experts believe that CETA could benefit Canada more than the EU, but only if laws are passed to revive Canadian competitiveness.