Mexico and Canada are waging a silent battle for market share in the US crude oil refining market, and Canada is winning.
Duterte’s Double Play with China and the US
Scott N. Romaniuk, Amparo Pamela H. Fabe, Tobias J. Burgers
Duterte’s pivot toward China and away from the United States is a gambit that won’t necessarily pay off in terms of increased concessions.
Interview: Dr. Parag Khanna on US Foreign Policy, Mideast Geopolitics, and Globalization
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Dr. Parag Khanna to discuss US foreign policy and the future of globalization.
Vietnam Influences China’s Quiet Legal Compliance in South China Sea Dispute
James Borton & Tai Van Ta
China might actually be quietly complying with a recent international court decision on the South China Sea dispute.
The reopening of a 2011 case against human rights NGOs is just a legal pretext for state agencies to smear the only remaining voices which are critical of the government’s policies.
Do recent shifts in Turkey-US relations vindicate Samuel Huntington’s controversial thesis of a clash of civilizations?
Ethnicity is the true driving force behind the Boko Haram insurgency.