Global Shipping Is Collateral Damage in the Coming Trade Wars

Yet the industry has proved highly adaptable in past crises.

Daily Memo: Stagnation in Europe, a Raid in Spain

All the news worth knowing today.

Trade and Security: The Two Sides of US-Indian Relations

New Delhi is a valuable partner to Washington on one but not the other.

Radical Islam by a Different Means


Aug. 8, 2017 Islamist groups don’t become less extreme just because they enter the political mainstream.

Delaying the Inevitable in Afghanistan


Aug. 22, 2017 With the way things are going, the country will unravel with or without a U.S. military presence.

China, India and the Confrontation Neither Side Wants

Underlying forces are pushing the two sides into a self-perpetuating cycle of zero-sum competition.

2017 Forecast: Year-end Report Card

Dec. 21, 2017 It’s time to look back on how we fared this year.

Daily Memo: The Most Important Geopolitical Story in the World

All the news worth knowing this weekend.

A Trade War Heats Up

Checking the pulse of our annual predictions, every two weeks.

Shifting Alliances in the Middle East and South Asia

April 4, 2016 For Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and India, the long-established dynamics are changing.