- Daily Brief
- November 24, 2022
WHAT’S HAPPENING?On November 17, Kyrgyzstan’s parliament rapidly ratified an agreement to delimit the country’s border with Uzbekistan in all three
WHAT’S HAPPENING? On September 3, approximately 70,000 protesters gathered in Prague’s Wenceslas Square to call for the resignation of Prime
WHAT’S HAPPENING? The United Arab Emirates has returned its ambassador to Iran for the first time in six years, indicating
WHAT’S HAPPENING? China’s growing assertiveness is increasingly backed up by a modern and capable military force that is being developed
WHAT’S HAPPENING? With Russia’s peacekeeping contingent in Artsakh facing the possibility of expulsion in 2025, the European Union and Russia
WHAT’S HAPPENING? The United States and Iran have been negotiating a new Iranian nuclear deal for months, but the odds
WHAT’S HAPPENING? On May 24, former Moldovan President Igor Dodon was detained and subsequently placed under house arrest on three
WHAT’S HAPPENING? Taiwan has been pertinent to global high-tech supply chains for years, thanks to its primacy in semiconductor production.
WHAT’S HAPPENING? As Russia’s war against Ukraine surpasses the 100-day mark, international oil and wheat prices remain cripplingly high, forcing
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused Germany to rethink its national defense strategy.
Myanmar’s political stalemate has been exacerbated by a regional power struggle between China and India which view any resolution to the ongoing conflict as tipping the scales in the favor of the other.
The Chinese government’s decision to insist on a zero-tolerance approach toward COVID-19 may come at a great cost to the country’s economy.