- Daily Brief
- August 19, 2022
After a brief interlude, anti-government protests are expected to flare again in Venezuela…but will it make a difference?
On Friday, top world leaders will meet for what’s become one of the premier international security talk shops: The Munich
Donald Trump’s pick to head the US Environmental Protection Agency will face a Senate confirmation vote on Friday. Scott Pruitt’s
Prosecutors from 13 Latin American countries will discuss a mammoth corruption scandal on Friday that could rock the continent’s political
As prosecutors from 15 countries descend on Brasilia, a mammoth corruption scandal threatens the region’s political stability.
G20 foreign ministers will meet in Germany on Thursday, putting Trump’s diplomatic team and the Ukraine ceasefire to the test.
Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker, is in trouble – and not just because arch-nemesis Apple posted back-to-back record profits
In a week that will bear witness to a flurry of multilateral activity, US Defence Secretary James Mattis will wrap
After a rough start, can the new US administration get its NATO allies on side and on task?
Syria’s government will attend the latest iteration of the Russia-, Iran- and Turkey-backed Astana peace talks on Wednesday. Whether rebel
Indonesia’s capital will vote for a new governor today. Leading a population of more than 10 million, the governor of
With a lengthy list of pleasantries already exchanged, the first meeting between Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu