Sweden’s far-right might sneak into the Riksdag via the back door, Brexit gut-check time in the United Kingdom, and new hope for US-Turkey relations.
Vietnam’s commitment to global institutions and poverty alleviation make it a good candidate for a rotating seat at the UN Security Council.
President Trump’s cozy relationship with Saudi Arabia failed to translate into a production hike from OPEC+ over the weekend.
Finance Minister Berat Albayrak unveils a new austerity drive, but the plan does nothing about the mountain of toxic debt in Turkey’s private sector.
The demise of Prime Minister May’s Chequers plan increases the odds of a hard Brexit.
President Trump has slapped $200 billion in new tariffs on Chinese goods, with new retaliations from Beijing sure to follow.
Scott Walker is one of the many old guard Republicans facing a credible challenge in November, and it could be the oft-ignored issue of education that ends up unseating him.
Is Turkey’s central bank truly independent, or has the “enemy of interest rates” finally relented?
The far-right creates political deadlock in Sweden, anti-pension reform rallies flare up again in Russia, and new rumblings of a second US-DPRK summit.
Pakistan’s new government wants to revisit the terms of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) contracts signed by its predecessor.