Joseph Kabila has promised new elections, but recent moves regarding the DRC’s mining code suggest he may have other plans.
The twin pillars of UK foreign policy – its ‘special relationship’ with the U.S. and central presence in the EU – have collapsed, and the ensuing diplomatic isolation is on full display following the Skripal poisoning.
Small-scale US farmers are struggling with no relief in sight. Is this capitalist determinism at work or symptomatic of a more general trend of American decline?
The international community should not take the ceasefire in Western Sahara for granted.
Lithuania doesn’t need to rely on EU funding to advance key projects like Rail Baltica and decommissioning the Ignalina nuclear power plant.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with the Alliance for Securing Democracy's Bret Schafer for an in-depth look into Russia's ongoing disinformation campaign against the West.
It’s time for US policy planners to deal with the China that exists, and not the imaginary one they have long hoped for.
The historic port visit of the USS Carl Vinson reflects a US-Vietnamese relationship that is quickly evolving.
With a general election slated for next year, South Africa’s ruling ANC party faces a perfect storm for a populist rebuke.
The Munich Security Conference was supposed to underscore the ties that bind the transatlantic alliance. Instead, it emphasized what’s pulling it apart.