To reverse his early missteps on Africa, French President Emmanuel Macron should focus on development challenges. Remittance fees would be a good place to start.
Why are Indian and Chinese troops standing off at the Doklam Plateau?
A Ukrainian connection in North Korea’s missile program, a strong second-quarter showing from Japan’s economy, and some early signs that history won’t be repeating itself in Kenya.
Accusations of hacking and fraud are casting a shadow over the final stretch of a tense presidential campaign in Kenya.
Don’t read too much into escalating rhetoric regarding North Korea.
President Macron’s public spats with the military and labor are starting to reflect in his approval ratings, and this could in turn impact the success of his reform agenda.
Congress’ new round of sanctions have brought US-Russia relations to a new low, but there are still some points of potential cooperation.
The Trump administration is mulling a fresh new approach to the Afghanistan quagmire: giving up.
China adds a new pearl to the string in Sri Lanka, Venezuelans vote in a contentious election, and Japan’s prime minister faces a scandal that could remove him from power.
It’s getting harder and harder for Russia to maintain its network of breakaway territories in the post-Soviet space.