There seems little Washington can do to prevent Iraq becoming a key Iranian trading partner and energy customer.
For India, the road to great power status is frought with critical water management challenges.
Following a long and violent protest movement, a transitional deal has finally been reached in Sudan. But can it bring democracy to the long-suffering country?
However much the French president wants to save the Iran nuclear deal, Europe’s inability to insulate Tehran from US sanctions has already been laid bare.
Events in Hong Kong have put a strain on a bilateral relationship that London has been emphasizing over the course of successive governments.
What is the geopolitical strategy underpinning China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank?
Completed following decades of negotiation, the deal will create a market of over 770 million people. Was it worth the wait?
Are collateralized loan obligations brimming with toxic corporate debt just a little bit of history repeating?
Rare earths have emerged as a new variable in the US-China trade war. Is China’s near-monopoly on these strategic resources its ultimate trump card, or will US producers be able to diversify supply amid the new normal of bilateral tension.
Beijing isn’t letting geography get in the way of it establishing a robust presence in the next great frontier of geopolitical competition.