Brexit begins, the Iraqi army makes slow steady in Mosul, and China looks to turn up the heat on Taiwan.
Entitlement reform would go a long way in balancing the US debt outlook, but getting it done won’t be easy.
A sign of things to come in US-Mexico relations, more Greek bailout tensions, and China picks up where it left off in the South China Sea dispute.
New talks in Geneva are fueling hopes of reunification for the long-divided island of Cyprus.
Comments from Trump’s nominee for secretary of state suggest a more confrontational stance in the South China Sea.
After a year of security and economic challenges, Turkey’s government is hoping for better days in 2017.
With three rate hikes apparently on the docket for the Federal Reserve, 2017 could be a year where the USD leaves other currencies in the dust.
2016 ended with a major victory for government forces in Aleppo. Will 2017 be the year that the Syrian civil war draws to a close?
With growing debt, a looming trade war, and deepening capital flight, 2017 could be the year that makes or breaks China’s economy.
The post-Cold War international order is breaking down. By the end of 2017, we will have a better idea what the new one looks like.