ASEAN-Middle East trade connections continue to multiply, with many important discussions now taking place in the political and military spheres as well.
Geopolitical and domestic concerns continue to mount in Europe’s largest economy, with some commentators even asking: Is this the end of the German development model?
China’s Zhu Hai Yun is the first drone carrier ever launched, marking a potential turning point in the evolving field of ‘drone swarm’ combat. It won’t be the last.
A gap is emerging between the hawkish perception of Russia’s nationalist elites and the ground-level reality of Central Asian states drifting away from Moscow.
Expect the Fed’s recent 75-basis-point hike to reverberate in central banks around the world, with particularly high stakes for emerging markets.
A new outbreak in the Beijing area is the latest blow to China’s ‘dynamic zero-COVID’ strategy, as economic costs from lockdowns and mass testing continue to mount.
The Ukraine war is producing some bitter lessons for those who believed that global society had moved beyond nation-based geopolitics.
It’s a price reckoning that European consumers are already all too familiar with, and now US consumers are starting to feel the pain of high natural gas prices.
The latest data suggests that price increases have yet to peak in Europe.
The apparent collapse of a wide-ranging security and economic agreement suggests a triangular arrangement for Pacific nations moving forward.