With the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, Brazil’s political crisis has entered a new and dangerous phase.
With Zika, fiscal collapse, and security service strikes, the list of reasons why the Olympic Games should have been moved is growing.
A decisive electoral win in the world’s largest democracy has the potential to re-draw some of Asia’s longstanding geopolitical fault lines.
A historic victory for the business-friendly Narendra Modi has Indian equities surging, but will the prime minister elect really be able to duplicate his Gujarat success on the national scale?
A recent spate of attacks in China’s restive Xinjiang province has some worried about the long-term risk to regional energy supplies.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com’s Amitava Mukherjee evaluates ongoing parliamentary elections in India to find out whether Narendra Modi has the support needed to become prime minister.
The global shale boom offers India the tantalizing prospect of an escape from energy scarcity – but at what environmental cost?
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Amitava Mukherjee discusses how conflicts over the trans-national Brahmaputra River may come to harm relations between China and India.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Zachary Fillingham takes a look at a few recent soft power missteps in East Asia.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Amitava Mukherjee examines the potential impact of China’s dam projects upstream of the key Brahmaputra River in northeastern India.