There is a growing conviction that the recall of EU ambassadors and the closure of Western embassies in Tehran, followed by the expulsion of all Iranian diplomatic staff and their cohorts from Europe …
If the Federal Reserve is to ease U.S. monetary policy this year, it may be a backdoor loosening around its quantitative tightening channel rather than lower interest rates.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's government made critical revisions to Japan's security chart, lifting some of the impediments preventing the country from rearming.
As investors assess the ongoing macroeconomic risks, it may be tempting to reallocate assets or sit on the sidelines to escape further damage. But, some signs show staying the course will be rewarded.
Under UK's Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) program teachers who are qualified in South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and Nigeria can straight away head towards UK classrooms without further training from Fe…
African countries have hardly seen the traditional "multiplier" effects associated with construction projects, while they have seen their private and public debt soaring.
Almost half of the generating capacity of South Africa’s troubled state electricity monopoly, Eskom Holdings, has gone offline.
Since the U.S. still views China as its main long-term challenger, Chinese benevolence in Africa still looms large over Biden's policy.
Traders and investors were spooked by hard-landing and recession talks by corporate CEOs from Walmart, JPMorgan, General Motors, Walmart, United, and Union Pacific.
Despite Deputy President Mabuza being at the center of multiple investigations, the ANC always preferred him to balance tribal and regional forces within Africa's oldest liberation party.
Governors from 36 provincial states charged the federal government with giving up its duty to address the security challenges and poverty in the country.
The problem became so severe that it prompted Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to appoint himself as agriculture secretary in hopes of bringing food costs under control.
Beijing thinks Taiwan belongs to China, and it has stepped up its political and military campaign to make Taipei part of the "motherland."
Nigerians have earned notoriety in the narcotic trade and in large-scale peddling rackets that stretch from Europe to India.
The U.S. vice president's visit to the disputed islands signals a significant policy shift from Washington and the Philippines.