Talks are stalled over how to deal with the impact of a $5 billion dam that could threaten Egypt’s lifeblood.
The “mere threat of a cutoff gives Russia political leverage” over Europe.
The committee charged with protecting national security from risky foreign investments is understaffed and besieged by a surge in cases.
Seventy years after George Marshall’s famous speech built the modern foundation of the transatlantic alliance, Donald Trump seems determined to tear it apart.
The U.S. energy boom means America imports less oil — but is selling emergency stocks a good idea?
Beijing might have found a long-term solution to its energy problem — and another irritant for an already-tense flashpoint.
The Gupta family’s shadowy business empire is a symbol of all that’s wrong with South Africa.
The move is a huge boon to Aramco before a big IPO, experts say.
A new parliamentary report warns of an industry meltdown unless things change.
Argentina wants a fresh start with Washington. But the legal battle over a polluted New Jersey river could spoil those plans.
The controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline reaches a new milestone.
Because Russia just doesn’t loom large enough already in Washington.
Beijing is trying to end the long-running conflicts along its border with Myanmar — but only because it can't exploit the region's resources at will anymore.