Anything is possible when Belarus’ long-serving president steps aside, including a repeat of the Ukraine crisis.
Bangkok’s historically close security relationship with Washington appears to be firmly back on track.
It's not Moscow, but the new government in Rome that might be turning off the TAP and dooming the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline project.
The near miss involving US and Chinese warships in the South China Sea is a troubling sign of things to come.
The Northern Sea Route through the Arctic will alter global trade flows and in doing so create new geopolitical chokepoints. Chief among them is the Bering Strait, where US, Russian, and Chinese interests converge.
With a divided presidential field, anything can happen in Brazil’s upcoming presidential elections – and that’s what has investors worried.
Early indications suggest that the austerity of Finance Minister Giovanni Tria has been eclipsed by spending initiatives from Italy’s anti-establishment coalition parties, sending yield rates for 10-year Italian bonds back toward 3%.
Opposition politician Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has won the Maldives’ general election, putting China’s latest foray into India’s backyard in jeopardy.
Finance Minister Berat Albayrak unveils a new austerity drive, but the plan does nothing about the mountain of toxic debt in Turkey’s private sector.
The demise of Prime Minister May’s Chequers plan increases the odds of a hard Brexit.