Assessing market risks and potential winners and losers in the year ahead.
Despite a recent stabilization, African debt levels have some worrying about the continent’s resilience in the event of a global economic downturn.
Tracking the most vulnerable and food-insecure regions in the year ahead.
Will 2020 bring an end to the United States’ longest war?
Turkey, Lebanon, and Argentina will be hoping for smooth sailing ahead in the global economy, as all three countries face massive financing challenges in the year ahead.
Italy coalition negotiations come down to the wire, Assad’s Idlib offensive rolls out, and North Korea unleashes its “super-large multiple rocket launcher.”
A biting electoral loss for Turkey’s Erdogan, an unlikely winner in the US-China trade war, and the bizarre posturing dance between Iran and the United States continues.
Trump meets his tropical doppelganger in Bolsonaro, a sea change unfolds in Slovak politics, and one of Central Asia’s longest-running leaders suddenly steps down.
A dramatic end to the Trump-Kim summit, new stimulus in China, and Greece’s triumphant return to international bond markets.
ISIS claims responsibility in the latest Philippines bombing, Trump’s coal renaissance crumbles in the United States, and a generous pre-election budget expected in India.