As China's economic footprint in Latin America increases, Washington is at risk of loosing out.
Across the region, states have taken their commitment to the Paris climate accords seriously.
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Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is over half way towards completion. But will the dam cause more problems than it solves?
Will American–and Mexican–nationalism be the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement?
Nigeria’s energy sector is in dire need of development, but it’ll take more than a new hydroplant to alleviate the country’s energy crisis
Macron skyrocketed to power and has enjoyed international popularity. But at home his economic reforms are proving tough for the French electorate to swallow
The US-Russia geopolitical clash isn't limited to diplomacy; it's about energy politics, too.
Frustrated Nigerians are facing off against the government and one another over the country’s structure, with little consensus reached other than “something must change”. But where does the private sector fit in?