S&P Global has recently warned that hidden, local-level debt in China could be as high as $6 trillion.
Infections have more than doubled since aid operations were disrupted by a wave of rebel attacks.
Signals abound that the EU and UK are headed toward a hard Brexit.
Anything is possible when Belarus’ long-serving president steps aside, including a repeat of the Ukraine crisis.
With its relative stability and longtime animus toward Iran, Morocco might just be Saudi Arabia’s trump card in North Africa.
The Italian government is going all-in against Brussels, and this is a fight it believes it can win.
Amid spiraling violence, Cameroonians will head to the polls in October to vote in an election that will be closely watched by the country’s Western allies.
While it might seem like a political tsunami from the outside, the most likely economic policy outcomes from Brazil’s second round of presidential voting are relatively tame.
Bangkok’s historically close security relationship with Washington appears to be firmly back on track.
It's not Moscow, but the new government in Rome that might be turning off the TAP and dooming the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline project.