The Nile River Dispute From Ethiopia’s Perspective

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(click to enlarge) The Nile River and its tributaries have served as a lifeline for human civilization in the Nile River basin for centuries. Today,...

Coronavirus: The Risks to Russia and Central Asia

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The countries of this region have already started to close border crossings to contain the virus' spread.

The State of Europe’s Economies

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Slowed growth makes these countries vulnerable to broader global economic downturns.

Belarus’ Oil Alternatives

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Minsk is looking to reduce its energy dependence on Russia.

Australia’s Drought and Wildfires

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Conditions couldn't have been worse for the current crisis.

TurkStream: A New Route to Europe for Russian Gas

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The pipeline was inaugurated this week in Istanbul.

Rising Global Debt

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Over the past decade, debt accumulation has been a growing problem for emerging and developing economies.

Iran’s Push for Influence in the Middle East

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By expanding its reach in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, Iran is building a land bridge to the Mediterranean.

How the US-China Trade War Affects Latin America

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The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean grew by a mere 0.2 percent this year, according to the International Monetary Fund. Expectations for...

Turkey and the Southern Gas Corridor

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Last week, Turkey and Azerbaijan inaugurated the Trans-Anatolian Pipeline, bringing Europe one step closer to securing access to Azerbaijani natural gas.

Natural Gas Cooperation in the Eastern Med

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Regional states have formed a coordination forum.