GPM Global Forecast
Turkish military sets up shop in Iraqi Kurdistan, border clashes break out along Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border, and another Belt and Road deal is in the crosshairs in Australia.
Chad looks like a coup, President Zelensky attempts to escape the confines of Minsk II, and Mexico reels from a historic drought.
Global COVID-19 vaccine rollout diverges, US economic data surprise underpins emerging market vulnerabilities, and signs that Russia-US détente could be in the works.
Elections in Benin and Ecuador, a troop build-up continues along the Ukraine border, and the IMF foresees boom times ahead (at least for the developed world).
Palma is re-taken by security forces in Mozambique, Peruvians head to the polls, and Russian troops amass near the Ukrainian border.
Past is precedent in Israeli election, Secretary-General Guterres warns on the financial stability of the developing world, and troubling signs of a civil war in Myanmar.
A new entry in Israel’s forever-election, Brazil grapples with COVID-19 crisis, the EU reenters lockdown, and President Erdogan fires another central banker.
Examining the global issues and hotspots that will be making headlines in the week 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.