- Daily News
- July 19, 2018
The Eid ceasefire demonstrated the viability of peace - but it weighs numerous competing interests.
Egypt's historic hegemony over the Nile is being tested by Ethiopia's extensive dam project.
French President Macron called populism a disease — soon after populists took power in Rome.
The question of who got the better deal in Singapore is beyond all reasonable doubt.READ MORE
The country’s new president will embrace the opportunity to crack down on the drug trade.READ MORE
The deal will collapse when European companies, under threat of US sanctions, leave Iran.READ MORE
President Erdogan is racing against an ailing economy and a united opposition.READ MORE
As the Australia-China relationship is buffeted by geopolitical headwinds, universities must mitigate their reliance on Chinese funding.READ MORE
The battle for Polish democracy has shifted to the EU budget – but the threat may ring hollow.READ MORE
Australia’s deceptively low foreign aid budget boost will struggle to achieve Canberra’s goals.READ MORE
Beijing’s slow-burning ambition to control the strategic sea appears to be a nearing completion.READ MORE
Pyongyang may be seeking short-term relief from sanctions to ease its economic distress.READ MORE
The growing list of mutually hostile actors in Syria may sleepwalk into a conflict they didn’t want.READ MORE
If President Trump terminates the Iranian nuclear deal, the Middle East may face a nuclear arms race.READ MORE
Australia-Russia relations have soured further after Canberra expelled Russian diplomats in response to the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.READ MORE