In Munich: West sounds alarm over Global South stances
The recent conference on international security policy focused extensively on the significance of the Global South to the west's security. As power competition with China and Russia intensifies, the west is compelled to reassess its approach to relations with these countries.
Europe’s gas emergency: A continent hostage to seller prices
Europe’s reliance on Russian gas imports has been upended by sanctions against Moscow. With few options for practical alternatives, the continent will remain energy-dependent and financially-vulnerable regardless of who it imports from.
Blood and oil: why Saudi Arabia will be bombed until the siege on Yemen is lifted
Riyadh refused Washington's pressure to increase oil production, then faced blistering attacks on its oil facilities and infrastructure from Yemen. Under increasing pressure to end its siege on Yemen, what will the Saudis do?