In an effort to meet rising energy demand and cut alarming levels of pollution, Iran is courting European renewables investors.
Ankara's rigid position on the Kurdish referendum risks harming its own financial and security interests in the region, and could undermine relations with Russia.
When irresponsible politicians play with rules instead of following them, the one who ends up paying is the country itself. Before September 10, I thought Poroshenko was smarter and Saakashvili was less self-centered.
Dictators without Borders combats the myth of Central Asia as a deeply traditional region isolated from international financial and legal systems.
Central Asian states are looking to balance Moscow and Beijing, rather than switch masters.