The year of 2021 was significant for South Africa. It was marked by the largest civil unrest since the end of Apartheid, and it was the first...

Yoon Suk-yeol of the conservative People Power Party was elected as South Korea’s new president on March 9 in a closely contested presidential race....

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) again contained some positive signs of a change in policy direction. The provision of...

Yesterday’s unexpected majority win for the Socialist Party paves the way for greater political stability in Portugal. This will simplify the...

This week’s talks between Russia, on one side, and on the other the US, NATO and the Organisation of Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), have...

Political turmoil in Portugal will delay the execution of some EU recovery funding and freeze key stimulus measures planned for next year....

The pandemic and a fragile political base will provide little room for new PM Fumio Kishida to make drastic changes to economic policy. Our view is...

The race to succeed long-term Chancellor Merkel and lead Europe’s largest economy is wide open. But we think Germany will continue its reactive,...