- Daily Brief
- September 30, 2023
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Research Analyst Cian Muenster speaks with ABS-CBN host Michelle Ong to discuss this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos.
Vladimir Putin recently called for a partial military mobilization in Ukraine. Find out how this move will affect Ukraine’s counteroffensive
Following Boris Johnson’s resignation, Conservative Liz Truss is the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Find out how her
Fighting in Libya’s capital city of Tripoli marked the worst bout of violence in Libya in 2 years. Find out
Protests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo drove out a longstanding UN Peacekeeping operation. Find out what forced the
China showed its military might in the Taiwan Strait last week after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi finished a visit
A global food shortage brought about by the Russia-Ukraine war will hopefully be reversed after diplomatic steps were taken to
For the fifth time since 2019, Israel’s government has shut down. After Prime Minister Naftali Bennett dissolved the Knesset, subsequent
Finland and Sweden have begun the NATO membership ratification process. Find out how these changes will affect the security theater
Regional elections in Andalusia saw Spain’s largest region flip from left-wing to right-wing control. See what this change means for
The recent Summit of the Americas highlighted increased US investment in Latin America, corporate attraction, and industry spending. Find out
A 10-story building collapsed in Abadan, Iran sparked a massive protest against the Iranian regime. Here’s what the backlash means