- Daily Brief
- November 25, 2022
The irreconcilability between Sudanese protestors’ demands and those of the military junta will likely complicate international efforts to facilitate a negotiated return to the country’s democratic transition.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s latest move to normalize relations with Myanmar’s military junta raises questions as to which diplomatic course of action the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will pursue this year as Cambodia assumes chairmanship of the organization.
The glacially slow pace of action to address global warming is creating tension in world bodies.
The Osaka summit failed to live up to expectations, casting a deeper pall over the institution’s future.
The public divide at APEC 2018 is unlikely to be bridged soon.
Blocking the work of the dispute resolution body could cause considerable blowback for the US.
By deflecting allegations and accusing critics of abuse, Beijing is stifling the human rights agenda.
A reversion to US unilateral could have significant consequences for the world’s institutional order.
French President Macron called populism a disease — soon after populists took power in Rome.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that territories of Western Sahara are excluded from an agricultural agreement between Morocco and the European Union (EU).
Schisms within the PIF are inhibiting coordinated responses to Pacific issues.
The worst-case scenario for Brexit – a “no deal” exit – is shaping up as a distinct possibility.