When it comes to coal, Beijing is preaching water but drinking wine.
It’s time for President Ramaphosa to break with recent past and reassert the moral and multilateral imperatives in South African foreign policy.
The Kremlin will be looking to duplicate its recent Syrian success by propping up the Maduro regime in Venezuela. But just like with Bashar al-Assad, support comes at a price.
As a path to economic success and a way to cement its rule, AI represents a lucrative frontier for the Chinese Communist Party. So although Made in China 2025 might be forced to change its branding, the core of the policy isn’t going anywhere.
Examining the geopolitical ramifications of Chabahar port, India’s first major foray into regional connectivity projects.
The diplomatic showdown between the United States and Venezuela will resonate in global oil prices, but not nearly as much as it might have in previous years.
Less than a year out from President Trump’s May 2018 announcement that the United States is withdrawing from the JCPOA, Iran’s oil industry is struggling more than many anticipated.
With a US pullout likely, regional players are scrambling to shore up their long-term interests in Afghanistan. This article examines the military and economic objectives driving Pakistan’s foreign policy there.
Glacier shrinkage in the Lake Balkhash basin is set to exacerbate water shortages in an already arid part of the world, creating a potential water conflict between China and Kazakhstan.
Russia and China have been the Maduro regime’s most important financial backers. Now both stand to lose if the Venezuelan opposition takes power.