President Ramaphosa inherited a dire national energy outlook, but one that’s not without its own opportunities.
In Omar al-Bashir’s removal, Sudan’s protestors may have won the battle. But can they win the war?
Nursultan Nazarbayev’s reputation as a brilliant strategist will be put to the test during the transition to the next generation of Kazakh leaders.
If the United States is to fight a trade war, it’s better to do it with allies rather than alone.
New laws are tightening government control over the South Korean internet.
The world has changed over the past 50 years. It’s time for US foreign policy to change with it.
With one hegemonic power in decline, the international order needs a game-changer – not a direct replacement.
A developing Africa needs an energy policy that works with several external partners and reconciles industrial progress with environmental sustainability.
Whatever new policies the post-Nazarbayev era brings, it will likely involve a continued push beyond the region in search of new economic opportunities.
The BRICS model of mutually respectful state-to-state cooperation can serve as a valuable template for the post-US global order.