Fallout from the Ukraine war is just one of many factors fueling energy and food insecurity, both of which are likely to linger long after the conflict is over.
News of oil’s death may well be premature.
No ‘second-class’ members in NATO, CSTO troops sent to Kazakhstan, and inflation shows no signs of fading in the euro zone.
2022 is projecting to be a year when something gives in the Ukraine civil war, one way or another.
Beijing is facing a confluence of several economic crises in the year ahead. Will it stay its recent course of economic rebalancing, or revert to old policy playbooks?
An omicron-fueled global resurgence of COVID-19 is a threat to stretched balance sheets around the world, and the risk is particularly pronounced in developing countries.
Russia gives NATO a list of security demands, omicron continues to spread around the world, Addis Ababa celebrates a victory in the Ethiopian civil war, and Chile votes in a polarizing presidential run-off.
A decisive Fed meeting, NATO-Russia hold talks to deescalate Ukraine tensions, and drones turning the tide in the Ethiopia civil war.
Ugandan army enters the DRC, a big week for US inflation data, Evergrande inches closer to restructuring, and Didi Chuxing becomes the standard-bearer for US-China decoupling.
Another civilian-military compromise in Sudan, the civil war spills its borders in Ethiopia, omicron roils global markets, and Turkey careens toward a currency crisis.