Taking tonnes of Ukrainian grain out of the global market will have a devastating impact on developing nations in Africa and elsewhere.
China's economic stranglehold over Pakistan, along with the mass imprisonment and genocide of Muslims in Xinjiang, are giving militants an excuse to kill Chinese nationals.
As Russia redirects some forces from Syria to Ukraine and deals with fallout from the Wagner Group mutiny, Iran is making further inroads in Syria.
Naval experts say IRGC's demand that 'ships passing through the Strait of Hormuz identify themselves in Persian' violates maritime laws.
The Iranian regime has so many issues to deal with that boasting about its navy's circumnavigation around the world -- which is far from a feat -- should be the last thing on its mind.
The Russian mercenary group's interest in the conflict -- Sudan is rich in gold deposits -- is 'opportunistic' amid emerging reports that it already has chosen a side.
While many in Yemen hope for an end to the war, experts warn there are no easy solutions and question China's ability to act as guarantor.
The US Treasury has indirectly tied a network of Chinese companies to Russian attacks in Ukraine and Iranian attacks on oil tankers in Gulf region.
Four high-ranking Iranian officials have asked the Venezuelan government to host them and their families if the Islamic Republic falls, prompting a flurry of speculation.
Russian forces are now regularly using Iran-made drones to attack Ukrainian targets, as Iran doubles down on its growing military partnership with Russia.