The refugee issue heating up in Germany, ASEAN stumbles on the South China Sea, and Thailand’s new constitution facing an uphill battle.
China dealt a legal blow on the South China Sea, Britain gets its new prime minister, and Prime Minister Abe secures his coveted two-thirds majority in Japan’s parliament.
This week’s forecast covers the fallout from Britain’s surprise decision to leave the European Union.
Two different presidential candidates, and two different geopolitical visions of the South China Sea dispute.
The Brexit gets real, no surprises from the Fed, and a Left resurgence in upcoming Spanish elections.
A second round of voting in Peru’s presidential election, the US Fed mulls a rate hike, and whispers of a looming Chinese air defense identification zone in the South China Sea.
Brazil’s Rousseff on trial for impeachment, Tajikistan to get a ‘president-for-life,’ and Japan prepares for a key G7 summit next week.
A maverick pulls ahead in the Philippines presidential race, Venezuela teeters on the brink, and protesters storm the Green Zone in Baghdad.
Brazil’s president faces impeachment, President Obama visits Saudi Arabia, and the Taliban launch their annual “spring offensive” in Afghanistan.
This week’s forecast highlights fallout from the Panama Papers in Brazil, Russia, China, Iceland, the United Kingdom, and Ukraine.