India's industry sector shows signs of decline, and Ukraine raises concerns of increasing coziness between Russia and Europe.
Bolivia's president resigns, and the U.S. and EU threaten new sanctions.
Moscow and Spain make moves to protect their firms.
Being suspended between the world’s oceans and the Eurasian landmass is a blessing and a curse.
The French president expresses doubt in NATO's viability, and Iran reports two previously undisclosed attacks on its vessels.
The U.S. House of Representatives approves a bill to officially recognize the Armenian genocide, and Russia conducts its largest submarine drills since the 1990s.
Protests in Iraq show no signs of letting up, and Chinese Communist Party leaders gather for their plenary session.
The U.S. announces a new troop deployment to Syria, and the Conservatives and Labour can't agree on a date for a U.K. election.
The first installment of this two-part series focuses on the doctrines that Russia and the West have developed to counter each other in the rimlands.
The Lebanese government suggests a reshuffle to quell protests, and more problems for the banking sector may be on the horizon.