Joko Widodo’s Omnibus Bill won’t fix what ails the Indonesian economy.
The recent China-Iran agreement presents Baghdad with a profound geopolitical choice: the United States or China?
Europe’s populist parties haven’t thrived amid COVID-19 – but their ideas have.
If London hopes to have any credibility, it must be uniform in its condemnation of sexual violence.
The United States is once again stepping foot into Libyan affairs after years of disregard for the oil-rich country. Will Washington manage to overcome old mistakes and help end Libya’s endless civil war?
AMLO’s failure to prioritize midstream gas investments and his proposed fracking ban increase energy insecurity.
Now over 42 years on, the disaster of the so-called Islamic revolution is still playing out for the long-suffering people of Iran.
How do European governments strike a balance between privacy rights and the right for citizens to know what their leaders are doing?
And success requires a focus on terrorism, not the drug war.
While COVID-19 may not be an existential crisis for the EU, it does tick virtually all the boxes when it comes to hardening Eurosceptic attitudes throughout the bloc.