Appraising the geopolitical and market fallout from the mysterious attack on Saudi oil facilities earlier this month.
For those keeping track at home, this will be the fourth general election in four years.
With an expected rate cut and a rare liquidity intervention, the US Federal Reserve has been moving markets this week.
Monetary stimulus has returned to Europe, and President Trump isn’t happy about it.
With nothing going according to plan for the Johnson government, a new election looms – but only after Brexit is delayed once again.
The Northern Sea Route through the Arctic will alter global trade flows and in doing so create new geopolitical chokepoints. Chief among them is the Bering Strait, where US, Russian, and Chinese interests converge.
As a country that’s particularly susceptible to climate change, Vietnam will face a daunting assortment of security, economic, and political challenges in the decades to come.
Long the site of great power competition, the Black Sea region appears to be heating up once again.
The United Kingdom often scuttled attempts at greater EU integration on security matters, but the prospect of an EU Army will remain daunting after Brexit.
In opening its doors to foreign investors, an independence-minded Greenland could be ushering in a new era of geopolitical competition in the Arctic.