The pushback against China’s territorial aggression is as strong as it’s ever been, but China isn’t showing any signs that it’s going to back down. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Iraq is preparing to boost oil production to record levels, contributing to an already oversupplied global market.
Only 37 of 196 UN member states have submitted required national plans for tackling climate change. What does this say about the global movement?
It’s not just aggravating waste—it’s one of the roots of the whole higher ed bubble.
The U.S.-backed anti-China coalition is looking more and more serious as Japan is joins annual Australia-U.S. military drills and inks new defense deals with Malaysia.
The U.S. considers maybe bombing Assad—just as his fate may be sealed anyway.