Unless Brussels suspends budgetary support for President Dodon and speaks up for the foreign businesses which prop up Europe’s poorest country, the Eastern Partnership Program must bear full responsibility for the dictator which the EU28 and its allies enabled in Moldova.
Faced with the prospect of ‘debt trap’ diplomacy, which will Indonesia emulate: Malaysia or Sri Lanka?
Faced with resurgent ‘great power’ rivals, the United States must realign its Middle East posture.
Some of the historical context underpinning Russia’s post-peace talks involvement in Afghanistan.
Though there are no obvious signs of foreign meddling in the Chile crisis, the presence of historical precedent and vested regional interests should not preclude the possibility.
The root of authoritarian power often grows from the farmer’s field.
US airstrikes continue to do more harm than good in Afghanistan.
There appears to be some kind of alliance between the energy giants in the works, but the extent and legal details remain murky.
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it, and nowhere is this truer than with regards to US policy toward North Korea.
Exploring how the ‘green wave’ is overhauling European politics.