After tilting the scales in Nagorno-Karabakh, Syria, and Iraqi Kurdistan, will drones do the same in the Ethiopian civil war?
Modi’s Act East Policy has boosted naval capacity and morale, but fallen short on overland connectivity and trade promotion.
Whether or not the offensive succeeds, the Tigray conflict has produced long-lasting scars that will not heal easily.
Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Malaysia’s fourth prime minister since 2018, must fix the COVID-hit economy and heal political divisions if he is to avoid the fate of predecessors Mahathir and Muhyiddin.
Food insecurity risks are increasing as food prices rally across-the-board to close out 2021.
A long-awaited speech on trade policy suggests there’s no plan as yet regarding the United States’ most important trade relationship.
Beijing’s punitive trade measures against Australia are costing Chinese energy producers billions every week, and right when the country needs all of the electricity it can get.
Global maritime shipping logjams set to generate inflationary pressure into 2022.
As a 420 km high-speed railway nears completion, two Chinese-built highways have been given the green light. Will these projects open up Laos, or make it a crossing point on China’s Belt and Road?
Next in our series on strategic commodities we examine tungsten, another industrial “conflict mineral” that’s dominated by China on the supply end.