Parliamentary elections in Belarus could see a minor compositional change in the lower house of Parliament
- Daily Brief
- November 17, 2019
On Tuesday, the UK’s top court will make a final ruling on whether the government must seek parliamentary approval before
A crucial Brexit ruling, Italy’s Constitutional Court debates controversial electoral laws and Turkey’s central bank meets.
On Monday, French centre-right presidential candidate Francois Fillon will meet with Angela Merkel to discuss his plans for EU policy.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is set to announce the results of a probe into the Galaxy Note 7’s spontaneous
Syrian peace talks led by Russia, Iran and Turkey kick off in Kazakhstan this week. The Astana talks, which begin
Syrian peace talks begin in Astana, Samsung releases a report on its exploding Note 7 and a French presidential candidate meets Angela Merkel.
Left-wing voters in France will vote for their presidential candidate on Sunday. If, as is expected, no candidate receives a
France’s Socialist Party hold primary vote and Bulgaria’s pro-Russian president takes office.
A nine-member bloc of right-wing European parties will meet in the German city of Koblenz on Saturday. The Europe for
OPEC ‘s monitoring committee will meet in Vienna on Saturday to assess compliance with December’s agreement on capping oil production. The
OPEC reviews progress towards production cuts and European populists hold a summit in Germany.
The UAE and India will hold their first ever strategic dialogue in New Delhi on Friday, 18 months after the