Who we are
What we do
Notes from the field
Sudan’s transition crisis: role of corruption
Some in the Transitional Military Council may be reluctant to submit to the scrutiny of a democratic administration.
The roots of Moldova’s standoff
Why bitter political enemies have combined forces to precipitate the most serious political crisis ever faced by the country.
US trails Russia and China in Arctic race
Washington exercised by its rivals’ rapid progress in harnessing the region’s resources and navigation potential as a new 'Great Game' emerges.
Malaysia’s Mahathir: early promise dims
One year into his term, Malaysia’s prime minister has struggled to meet public expectations.
Why Sudanese are wary of outside influence as they press for civilian rule
Sudanese protesters camped outside military headquarters in Khartoum are aware of the dangers of outside interference in their revolution.
The great hedge: why the Philippines is mending fences with the US
Worried by Chinese militarism, President Duterte turns to an old ally for support.
Old problems resurface in Zimbabwe
Hopes of an influx in investment in post-Mugabe era flounder, amid worsening finances and political violence.
Cash-rich Islamic State may have stashed up to $300 million in hopes of fighting on
While the group no longer has the billions it earned through extortion and smuggling, it has salvaged enough to remain a serious threat.
Will Ukraine’s election signal a new direction?
Elections this weekend may see the country step up its thus-far lacklustre reform efforts.
Ukraine anti-corruption record under scrutiny in election run-up
Corruption is a top election issue as Ukrainians prepare to go to the polls, with many critical of the authorities efforts to stamp out the problem.
—Notes from the field