Africa’s emulation of the China model doesn’t stop at the economy.
The Duterte administration has signaled a willingness to negotiate with the New People’s Army. But this is merely a first step in a long and tenuous peace process.
Any prospect of wider economic renewal in Venezuela starts and ends with its energy industry.
Despite some improvement in crime statistics over the past year, Venezuela remains one of the most dangerous countries in the world.
The Rwandan economic miracle is not without its costs.
Exploring the strategic rationale behind the PLA Navy’s ongoing modernization program.
A significant new energy discovery could give new impetus to resolving an old dispute.
Exploring the motivations and interests behind India’s re-engagement with Africa under Prime Minister Modi.
Though the assassination will further destabilize the region, a large-scale conventional conflict remains unlikely.
Despite some early successes for France’s counterterrorism intervention in the Sahel, the operation is now at risk of falling apart.