The Spanish government is doing everything it can to thwart Catalonia’s upcoming independence vote. Will it succeed?
The Philippine Army is closing in on the last remaining militants in Marawi. But this might not be the last time we see an ISIS-linked group seize territory in restive Mindanao.
Brazilians will soon know whether to expect a new round of economic reforms, or a new political vacuum at the highest levels of the republic.
This series will take a country-by-country look at the geopolitical competition between China and Russia in Central Asia.
Angela Merkel is poised to come out on top in next week’s Germany elections, but coalition negotiations will be anything but easy.
With no heir apparent in sight, President Xi is expected to seed Party and state organs with his closest allies. Does this mean a third term is in the cards?
Nagorno-Karabakh is one frozen conflict in the post-Soviet space that periodically melts into violence.
With the oil-rich city of Kirkuk under its control, the government of Iraqi Kurdistan is moving toward formal independence from Iraq.
It’s unlikely that the Rohingya refugees who cross into flood-ravaged Bangladesh will ever be welcomed back in Myanmar.
The West’s tunnel vision on Syria and Iraq is missing the growing threat of terrorism in West Africa and the Sahel.