What better way for the U.S. to bolster a ‘rules-based international order’ than to join with the 162 other countries that have adopted the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)?
Vietnam projects to be one of the most hard-hit countries by climate change, prompting Hanoi to get serious about transitioning its economy.
The war in Ukraine has now lasted one month. Even though a thick fog of propaganda spreads over the events, several lessons can be gleaned from the course of the battle so far.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted the EU to rethink its reliance on Russia for natural gas. If Canada is to be a viable alternative, it must deliver sizeable volumes of natural gas in a timely manner.
Foreign fighters are helping to even the odds in what once seemed an impossible fight, and for that Ukrainians are grateful.
How should the Vietnamese business community navigate the conflict in Ukraine?
Tariffs are questionable economic policy, but their role in inflation is minimal.
Nord Stream 2 is dead (again), but don’t expect the Kremlin to shed many tears.
Post-COVID reshuffles of global supply chains are giving rise to a new iteration of geopolitics.
News of oil’s death may well be premature.