- Daily Brief
- November 25, 2022
The perennial rivals are close to clashing over control of the region’s hydrocarbon resources.
New leadership may bring geopolitical shifts, but rifts over religion could prompt new elections.
Brussels may struggle to organise a collective response to the attack on the high-profile opposition leader.
Should today’s vote in Poland go against the president, Trump may be forced to rescind his decision.
Belgrade is likely to pursue a policy of maximum strategic autonomy while inching closer to EU membership.
With Europe’s coveted summer holiday at stake, states are looking to resume tourism and other travel.
The postal vote is expected to deepen polarisation and push the country further into autocratic rule.
Starmer replaces a twice-defeated Corbyn amid a pandemic and heated Brexit negotiations with the EU.
The alliance’s engagements in Asia do not signal its intent to become involved in western Pacific conflicts.
A common European Defence Fund is just the start of a long checklist towards a European army.
France’s strong economy and Macron’s European vision could see Paris take charge of the EU’s future.
Photo: Tony Cartalucci/Global Research Pro-Catalan independence activists will again take to the streets of the regional capital of Barcelona today. Unrest