With a recession looming on the horizon, the COVID-era grace period of cheap money has nearly run its course.
A flurry of diplomatic activity is unfolding against the backdrop of troubling advances by M23 rebels in the DRC.
Shifting geopolitics in the South Caucasus are serving to place Azerbaijan squarely in Iran’s crosshairs.
Amid worsening economic indicators, Beijing has partially reversed its attempt to reign in real estate excess. But is the damage already done?
An outdated propensity to equate Ukraine with Russia lies at the heart of a long list of flawed geopolitical analyses leading up to the Ukraine war.
The UNHCR’s Universal Periodic Review is muddling the case for a permanent seat at the UNSC.
Though nominally a mercenary organization, there’s a strong case to be made that the Wagner Group should be classified a terrorist outfit.
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?
Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva defeated rival Jair Bolsonaro in a much closer contest than many were predicting. What can we expect from Lula’s third term in office?