Kazakhstan’s Power Shortages: Crypto Miners and Geopolitics
By Paolo Sorbello
Disaster Shadows Chinese Mining Ventures in Southeast Asia
By Tongam Panggabean and Dustin Roasa
Kyrgyzstan: Between a Glacier and a Gold Mine
By Catherine Putz
Mongolians Protest Centerra Gold Mine
By Ryskeldi Satke
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
By Clint Richards
Mining Outlook: Cloudy, But Sunshine Ahead?
The industry has slowed on weakening demand. But some observers remain positive about the future.
Mongolia's Economic Challenge
Mongolia hopes to leverage widespread international interest in its Tavan Tolgoi coal mine to diversify its economy.
Atomic Allies?: India and Australia Explore Uranium Sales
As relations continue to warm, Australia and India could add uranium sales to their budding partnership.
Gold Regains its Glitter
Investing in the precious metal polarizes investors – but its price looks set to rise regardless.
North Korea’s Six Trillion Dollar Question
North Korea holds trillions of dollars in mineral resources. Unless it reforms its economy, it may never see much benefit.
From Bad To Worse: The Philippines New Mining Law
From large loopholes to complaints of favoring foreign firms,an opportunity seems to have been squandered.
Afghanistan’s Mineral Wealth – Fact or Fiction?
Afghanistan’s mineral deposits hold promise, but bringing such wealth to market will be a challenge.