Different core interests are keeping Iran and Russia from seeing eye-to-eye on Assad’s fate after the Syria civil war.
A new peace plan is being tabled to end the Ukraine crisis. But will the government in Kiev sign on?
An international watchdog believes that a banking crisis is in the cards for China.
The UK takes its veto with it when it leaves the EU, paving the way for a possible EU army. Should NATO be worried?
One of the first things Russia president Vladimir Putin could do with his new mandate is revive the most loathed state security apparatuses of the modern era.
Though less prominent than the South China Sea dispute of late, the fight for the Senkaku Islands is far from over.
How will the next US president deal with a nuclear North Korea: détente or deterrence?
The prolonged dip in global energy prices has combined with natural disasters to extend the economic misery in Canada’s oil patch.
Two of the world’s biggest energy heavyweights have agreed to help “support stability in the oil market,” but is it just more empty rhetoric?
With the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, Brazil’s political crisis has entered a new and dangerous phase.