- Daily Brief
- October 22, 2019
The decades-long debate about moving Indonesia's capital from Jakarta finally looks to have an endpoint.
The glacially slow pace of action to address global warming is creating tension in world bodies.
The administration’s migration policies are exacerbating the situation along the southern border.
Today, protesters in Hong Kong are expected to gather outside Chater House, a majorREAD MORE
Presidential elections will be held across Afghanistan today. Incumbent President Ashraf Ghani and his chief rival, the country’s Chief ExecutiveREAD MORE
As Poland’s October 13 parliamentary elections approach, the country’s LGBT community will hold a parade in Lublin today, the latestREAD MORE
Regional governments will struggle to halt a spike in petro-piracy and kidnap for ransom schemes.READ MORE
The potential return of a pro-Russia, right-wing coalition government will concern the country’s allies.READ MORE
The pro-democracy demonstrations have reinvigorated President Tsai’s faltering re-election campaign.READ MORE
Photo: EPA-EFE Hong Kong activists take to the streets again today, which will likely cause major disruptions to rail andREAD MORE
Denmark’s centre-right Liberal Party, which has been in the opposition since June, will elect a new leader today. Former partyREAD MORE