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France has the highest Muslim population proportionately of any European country. Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses how this has "raised tensions" and how Wednesday's "barbaric attack" is not a representation of religious beliefs
Margaret Gilmore, senior associate fellow at RUSI, discusses the potential strategy behind the terrorists behind the shootings in Paris on Wednesday.
It has been confirmed that 12 people died after gunmen opened fire on the Parisian office of magazine "Charlie Hebdo". CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports the latest.
Iran's president may sincerely want to liberalize his country's economy, but that's unlikely to happen—for now, anyway.
Iran's government actually benefits from sanctions as they provide an excuse for the country's economic difficulties, an ex-presidential adviser said.
With political uncertainty around the world, will investors stick to domestic markets? Michael W. Gurka, founder and president of BruinHill Partners, weighs in.
Dan Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG, discusses the impact of global disturbances on U.S. equities.
Discussing the outlook for Russia, Benoit Anne, head of EM strategy at Societe Generale, says that things for Russia could well get worse, and a sovereign rating downgrade may be the next "bombshell."
The markets will always react to geopolitical issues due to its uncertainty, yet Hilary Kramer, president and chief investment officer at A&G Capital remains bullish, as the markets keep thriving through any big issue like Ebola or ISIS.
The factors behind the decline in the Russian ruble - including sanctions and low oil prices - are likely to stay put for now, says Carlo Gallo, founder & director at Enquirisk.
The geopolitical storms which rocked markets in 2014 are unlikely to calm in the coming year, with a raft of warnings about a new era of instability.
The Russian railway's death toll is part of life under Putin, as the country sometimes fails to provide basic infrastructure despite prospering over the past 14 years.
Russia's recent moves with Ukraine appear "counterproductive" says John Peet, Europe editor at "The Economist".
Oil prices could drop further to $40 and market volatility is "going to persist" due to political turbulence, says Ana Cukic Armstrong, CEO of Armstrong Investment Managers.
The Russian ruble tumbled to a one-week low on Monday, after new figures showed the country’s economy shrinking for the first time in over 5 years.
U.S. crude futures hit a new five-year low, reversing earlier gains on concerns about Libyan supply.
German leader Angela Merkel appealed to the Russian government to use its influence on separatists in eastern Ukraine.
A rocket hit a tank at the eastern Libyan oil port Es Sider, officials said on Thursday.
Ukraine's bonds have had a terrible year as the country's conflict with Russia wears on, but could be a canny buy in 2015?
Ukraine's parliament votes for the country to renounce its "nonaligned" status and work towards membership of the NATO alliance.