This Month’s conference is focusing on the discussion organised by Foreign Affairs and the Peterson Institute for International Economics on: What killed the Chinese economy? With the participation of Adam S. Posen, Zongyuan Zoe Liu and Michael Pettis.
The rogue three EU member states are back in the news. This time it is in regard to protests closing border crossings with Ukraine.
The latest resurgence of the Middle East conflict can be framed in an already uncertain global scenario, where heightened geopolitical risks for commodity markets are related to structural energy security issues.
Prime Minister Sanchez has potentially sold out Spain in order to win another power and is facing the wrath of large protests on the street.
Italy may start processing migrants in Albania if a an agreement formed between Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama is allowed to move forward.
(Via Medium) The term “Global South” is undergoing a transformation, shifting from its erstwhile abstract political connotation to a dynamic arena characterised by geopolitical rivalries and intense competitions for national influence. This evolving landscape has prompted certain states and coalitions of states to strategically embrace the concept as an integral component of their diplomatic calculus.…