- Daily Brief
- November 25, 2022
The DUP’s pact with the Conservatives, intended to reinforce their unionist position, has backfired.
Diplomatic measures, contradictory stances and domestic divisions could harm Czechia’s external ties.
The surprise victory of the independence-minded opposition will draw attention from Beijing and Washington.
British defence planners have outlined a once-in-a-generation pivot in military posture.
The split between the country’s prime minister and president has been a key feature of the campaign.
A second corruption scandal from within cabinet has raised concerns about institutional corruption.
Czechia’s case against Poland over a key mine’s air and water impact may signal a watershed moment for the group.
Dutch voters face a stark choice between the governing centrist coalition and a consolidated far-right.
The opposition leader’s ability to mobilise supporters in the dead of winter may have rattled the Kremlin.
New elections in the former Soviet republic could facilitate a significant geopolitical realignment.
A debate over photographing police points to the French president’s increasingly conservative turn.
Skopje has found its path to EU membership stalled again by a cultural dispute with one of its neighbours.