For a sense of the stakes involved at the upcoming COP26 climate conference, look no further than Ho Chi Minh City’s fight against rising seawaters.
Though central banks have approached the problem with different levels of urgency.
Signals abound that Turkey is preparing to launch another military operation in Syria, potentially with the objective of linking its two enclaves in the country.
Political reconciliation with the Nagas is one of several obstacles in New Delhi’s quest for greater regional connectivity.
China’s growth slowdown, a new ‘Sputnik moment,’ and global stagnation fears amid higher energy prices.
Cairo is moving to situate itself at the heart of the post-COVID global trade order.
Aluminum prices have been spiking in the wake of the Guinea coup, with likely pricing consequences for electric vehicles down the road.
Modi’s Act East Policy has boosted naval capacity and morale, but fallen short on overland connectivity and trade promotion.
Whether or not the offensive succeeds, the Tigray conflict has produced long-lasting scars that will not heal easily.
Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Malaysia’s fourth prime minister since 2018, must fix the COVID-hit economy and heal political divisions if he is to avoid the fate of predecessors Mahathir and Muhyiddin.