In opening its doors to foreign investors, an independence-minded Greenland could be ushering in a new era of geopolitical competition in the Arctic.
Niger has the world’s fourth-largest uranium reserves, and not much to show for it.
Renewed violence between the Hema and Lendu tribes is drawing disturbing parallels to one of the bloodiest wars in Africa’s history.
Spiking demand for cobalt is taking electric vehicle manufacturers to one of the riskiest operating environments in Africa.
Adani’s renewed scandal and financing challenges are calling the future of one of the world’s largest new coal mines into question.
A simmering political crisis in the DRC risks civil war and disintegration in the long-suffering African state.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Andrew Cheatle, Executive Director of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC).
Recent developments in Ottawa and the courts count as a step towards establishing a culture of accountability for Canadian mining companies operating abroad.
The shutdown of Pan African Minerals’ manganese mine at Tambao has some mining companies on edge ahead of new regulations in Burkina Faso. Yet new laws could well be a boon for the industry.
Will the impasse between the Mongolian government and major mining firm Rio Tinto over the massive gold-copper Oyu Tolgoi mine finally be resolved, and as early as this month?