The World in 2019: A Year on the Edge

One era is ending and another will soon begin.

Drought Hits Australian Wheat Supplies

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Australia, normally a net exporter of wheat, has had to import wheat for the first time since 2007.

Daily Memo: Oil Prices Spike, Australia and Russia Court India, Auto...

What's geopolitically important today.

Midway: The Battle That Almost Lost the War

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June 7, 2017 Japan’s defeat at Midway was a freak, and that freak created the world we live in.

Tonga, a New Ally in the Fight Against China’s Debt Trap

The small island nation doesn’t want to pay back the money it owes Beijing. Nor do its neighbors.

The US Is Not Abandoning Asia

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Feb 13, 2017 A look at US military and investment positions in the Asia-Pacific region.

The World in 2016

Dec. 2, 2015 We look ahead at the major geopolitical developments the world can expect to see in 2016. These include fragmentation in the European Union, as a result of the continuing refugee and financial crises, and a reluctant confrontation between Turkey and the Islamic State.

The World in 2016: A Summary of Our Forecast

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Dec. 2, 2015 We look ahead at the major geopolitical developments the world can expect to see in 2016. These include fragmentation in the European Union, as a result of the continuing refugee and financial crises, and a reluctant confrontation between Turkey and the Islamic State.

Here is a summary of some of our key predictions for the year ahead.

Australia Weighs Its Relationships With the US, China

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For Australia, the dilemma ultimately comes down to the fact that its key security partner is at odds with its top economic partner.