- Daily Brief
- August 15, 2022
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.
The perennial rivals are close to clashing over control of the region’s hydrocarbon resources.