By failing to attract major international investors, Mohammed bin Salman may have to kiss his Saudi Vision 2030 goodbye.
A popular theory around Evo Morales’s removal is completely mistaken.
The ousted leader is calling it a “coup,” but he entered dangerous legal territory in pushing for an unprecedented fourth term.
Sort of. If you can call it that. Pity about all the lost billions of dollars.
Yes, but the process takes a long time. Final withdrawal will occur one day after the 2020 election—but Washington may still be able to get back in.
The protests combine political and economic grievances and could bring down the country’s sect-based political order.
The imprisoned Uighur economist represents an entire people under attack by China.
Ironically, the fight over impeachment could finally ease the way for NAFTA’s successor. But time is running out.
In Santiago, demonstrations over economic inequality are expected to continue after President Sebastián Piñera promised reforms.
The pact cements Ankara’s annexation of a significant chunk of formerly Kurdish-held land.
Why Hungary and Russia might have wanted to shape the U.S. president’s views on Ukraine.