Following an oil dispute at the start of the year, Belarus and Russia’s relations are at an all-time low, potentially further isolating Russia in Europe.
We have been misled into ceding Moldova to Moscow. This will be Vladimir Putin’s greatest victory in decades—unless we act now.
The crown jewel in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Gwadar port is a potential game-changer for regional trade flows. But the project is not without its risks.
The Russian government continues to walk a fine line between acceptance and rejection of cryptocurrencies.
Is Washington’s newfound assertiveness on the South China Sea dispute a matter of long-term statecraft, or short-term electioneering?
The advances of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution won’t usher in a techno-utopia. Instead, they will alter – and perhaps even intensify – the geopolitical competition the world is all too familiar with.
Recounting key events in China during the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The question of a debt crisis in the developing world has shifted to ‘when,’ not ‘if.’
Over the second half of 2020, Vietnam should focus on integrating the informal economy with the formal economy and resuming negotiations for a code of conduct in the South China Sea.
As COVID-19 recedes, it will be buying season for cash-flush Chinese state and semi-state corporations in Europe – but only if the authorities allow it.