The G7’s sprawling new communique portrays the bloc as a democratic bulwark against creeping authoritarianism.
One of the world’s least consequential multilateral groupings is getting a democratic makeover as the G7’s first high-level head-to-head meetings in two years take place in London.
With disaffected CDU voters flocking to the Greens in droves, the September election appears to be wide open.
Turkish military sets up shop in Iraqi Kurdistan, border clashes break out along Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border, and another Belt and Road deal is in the crosshairs in Australia.
Contradictory stances on Ukraine and Azerbaijan undermine Canada’s moral authority.
Is Russia’s Ukraine policy a proactive response to domestic concerns, or a reactive answer to outside incursions into its near abroad?
Next in our series on strategic commodities we examine uranium, a key input in nuclear power generation that was included on the US Interior Department’s list of critical minerals.
Plans for a high-speed rail line from Bangkok to the Laotian border are moving forward after Thailand signed construction contracts for phase one of the project with Chinese state-owned firms.
Two Western governments scuttled Belt and Road-linked deals this week. Is a trend in the making?
Was the targeting of China’s ambassador a coincidence, or does it represent a change of tact on the part of the Pakistan Taliban?