In his first year, Kenyan President William Ruto faced economic struggles, unmet promises, and persistent corruption.
Countries like Brazil and India pursue “active non-alignment” amid renewed great power rivalry, exerting influence in ways unthinkable before.
South Africa must carefully navigate Western anxieties about BRICS and demonstrate that there’s a common future in a multipolar world.
Indonesia should use its chairmanship of ASEAN to preserve multilateralism amid a rising tide of great power rivalry and minilateralism.
Erdogan’s demand for the right to develop nuclear weapons is as much a response to regional and global developments as it is an opportunistic effort to bolster the Turkish leader’s troubled bid to position Turkey as a leader of the Muslim world.
East Kalimantan will be home to Indonesia’s new capital, which will be a “smart city in the forest.”
Riyadh is leveraging multipolarity in the global financial system.
Recent protests were triggered after 43 Papuan students were detained by police. But there is a long history of violence against the indigenous population.
Host countries do not always benefit economically, and infrastructure in previous locations remains unused.