- Daily News
- December 15, 2018
Pro-independence forces have been rattled by their surprise loss in the 'midterm' local elections.
Despite mutual support for the ceasefire, domestic concerns will keep a peace deal off the table.
Despite the merits of the proposal, Belgrade and Pristina are a long way from reaching a deal.
Entrenched militia and self-interested politicians are majority stumbling blocks to a successful vote.READ MORE
PM Morrison has suggested moving Australia’s Israeli embassy to Jerusalem and leaving the Iran deal.READ MORE
Blocking the work of the dispute resolution body could cause considerable blowback for the US.READ MORE
With a lot of players and not much time, concluding negotiations by 2021 is an ambitious goal.READ MORE
Vietnam’s consensus-based model of communist rule is sliding towards authoritarianism.READ MORE
By deflecting allegations and accusing critics of abuse, Beijing is stifling the human rights agenda.READ MORE
The easing of tensions between Eritrea and Ethiopia could be fresh trouble with Djibouti.READ MORE
Declining relations between Beijing and Washington signal turbulent times ahead for the Indo-Pacific.READ MORE
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is not known for soft rhetoric.
Any peace deal should include strong guarantees to prevent the Taliban—who’ve shown a penchant for totalitarian rule—from gaining too much power.
Russia’s actions are an immediate threat to Ukrainian national security.