With a recession looming on the horizon, the COVID-era grace period of cheap money has nearly run its course.
The UNHCR’s Universal Periodic Review is muddling the case for a permanent seat at the UNSC.
Assessing the geopolitical circumstances surrounding Brazil’s potential rise as a great power.
As posturing goes, Russia’s threat to leave the Ukraine wheat deal was abnormally short-lived. What changed the Kremlin’s mind?
Russia shifts its tactics in Ukraine, China delays a key economic data release, and US-Saudi ties continue to deteriorate.
Examining the ideological underpinnings, goals, and challenges concerning Iranian grand strategy, as understood by the desire to establish a ‘Shiite Crescent’ across the Greater Middle East.
The red metal has not garnered the type of political attention that other critical inputs like lithium and cobalt have, but that doesn’t mean that US copper supply chains are secure.
A new trade deal between Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova could give new life to the long-dormant regional grouping.
New energy paradigms demand new strategic commodities. This article examines factors impacting lithium supply over the next decade.
The story of Thacker Pass – the future jewel in the crown of the US lithium industry – illustrates many of the challenges in shoring up US supply lines of critical inputs for green technology.