The past, present, and future of US-EU sanctions and their impact on the Russian economy.
The Italian government needs to get migrant crossings under control before next year’s election, and its newest plan appears to be working.
This backgrounder recounts the latest progress by ASEAN on the South China Sea dispute, and explores why consensus has been so elusive for the regional grouping.
Ankara and Moscow have found a common cause in the Syrian civil war, but geopolitical disagreements in the South Caucuses and beyond will thwart too close of a détente.
At this point there’s only one way to thaw out the Ukraine crisis: Moscow or Kiev and its Western backers conceding on their own core interests.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization recently took in India and Pakistan, but divergent interests within the group’s membership will keep it from becoming a major player on the world stage.
Separate education systems can foster isolation in immigrant communities, eventually leading to crime or even terrorism.
India, Japan, and the United States are all after the same thing in Malabar 2017: a bigger presence in the Indian Ocean.
China has stopped sharing hydrological data for the Brahmaputra River with India, apparently in response to their ongoing standoff at the Doklam Plateau.
Before his departure was made official, Steve Bannon was floating the idea of tying a Korean nuclear deal to US troop withdrawals in the South.