2014: eurozone
Jan 2, 2014 : The eurozone survived 2013 without suffering another crisis, but there could be fresh problems if there is no economic growth in 2014. John Authers analyses that risk and looks at the potential impact of the Fed’s exit from quantitative easing.

China woos Caribbean states
Dec 17, 2013 : China, the US’s biggest geopolitical rival, is emerging as a new power in a region long considered America’s backyard. Robin Wigglesworth, capital markets correspondent, looks into why Caribbean nations find it hard to resist Beijing’s advances.

UK courts Chinese money
Dec 4, 2013 : Ahead of this year’s Autumn Statement, David Cameron is hoping for a tightening of commercial ties between the UK and China, reports Seb Morton-Clark. But is there much substance beyond the headline projects?

China-EU trade deal

Dempsey: ‘Arab Spring…Hijacked By Extremists’

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Martin Dempsey very succinctly described the nature of the conflicts at the root of the wars, terrorism and revolutions across the Mideast and North Africa speaking with WSJ’s John Bussey at WSJ’s CEO Council.

The Foreign Bureau: WSJ’s Global Video News Update

Kerry’s in Afghanistan as the shutdown grinds on. OPCW gets the Nobel Prize. Cyclone Phailin bears down on India, and Kim Jong-Un shakes up his staff again. WSJ tracks stories from around the world in The Foreign Bureau. Photo: Associated Press


Associated Press

A Veteran Saudi Power Player Works To Build Support to Topple Assad

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud maneuvers behind the scenes to defeat the Syrian regime and its Iranian and Hezbollah allies.