Belt and Road’s Kenya railway starts off in the red, Trump and Putin leave a lasting impression in Helsinki, and Japan and the EU buck the protectionist trend with a free trade deal.
Fending off criticism over corruption, his poor health, and a worsening national security outlook, President Buhari’s path to reelection in February is anything but assured.
Washington has been making minor inroads into Central Asia, but will it be enough to stave off diplomatic irrelevance vis-à-vis China and Russia?
Two divergent views of ‘denuclearization’ were on display in failed US-DPRK talks over the weekend.
A linguistic conflict risks plunging Cameroon into civil war and further destabilizing a vulnerable region.
In the fourth article of our series on South China Sea claimants, we examine the historical reasoning, diplomacy, and military dimensions of the Philippine claim.
Stabilizing Libya to stem the flow of migrants to European shores may be the one thing that Rome and Paris can actually agree on.
Avoiding the Thucydides Trap and the middle-income trap will require compromise, domestic stability, and constructive relations with the US.
According to the Global Terrorism Index, Fulani militias are the fourth deadliest terrorist group in the world. So why has no one head of them?
The Kremlin’s strategy of engaging with moderate elements of the Taliban is a potential win for Russia and a loss for the United States.