09.08.2019

India’s shaky shadow banks give Modi a financial headache

Non-banking financial companies have been hit by a liquidity crunch that threatens to starve many businesses of credit. more >
23.07.2019

Why Brussels is unnerved by China’s Balkan overtures

Beijing sees the former Yugoslavia as a key element of its plan for greater access to European markets, but its investments in the region are a mixed blessing.more >
16.07.2019

How Iraq Is helping Iran survive US sanctions

There seems little Washington can do to prevent Iraq becoming a key Iranian trading partner and energy customer.more >
09.07.2019

Mutual economic interest draws Israel and Arab neighbours closer

Gas and water deals either planned or under way, as commercial and environmental interests take precedence over geopolitical rivalries.more >
26.06.2019

Peronism may be on course for a comeback in Argentina

Free-marketeer Mauricio Macri has struggled to turn Argentina's sclerotic economy around, leaving the door open for Peronist cheerleader Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.more >
25.06.2019

Cryptocurrencies: the next chapter lies in regulation

Improving checks and balances to make the sector thrive.more >
17.06.2019

Sudan’s transition crisis: role of corruption

Some in the Transitional Military Council may be reluctant to submit to the scrutiny of a democratic administration.more >
14.06.2019

The roots of Moldova’s standoff

Why bitter political enemies have combined forces to precipitate the most serious political crisis ever faced by the country. more >
05.06.2019

US trails Russia and China in Arctic race

Washington exercised by its rivals’ rapid progress in harnessing the region’s resources and navigation potential as a new 'Great Game' emerges. more >
04.06.2019

Malaysia’s Mahathir: early promise dims

One year into his term, Malaysia’s prime minister has struggled to meet public expectations. more >

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