- Daily Brief
- November 21, 2019
Decades of grievances have spilled over into violent street demonstrations calling for major reforms.
The North is refusing talks without concessions but the US won’t offer concessions before talks.
Burkinabe citizens are grappling with the consequences of a recent spike in militant violence.
The highly anticipated event did not produce outline a leadership transition as many had expected.READ MORE
An alliance between Asia’s leading democratic powers would have profound consequences for regional security.READ MORE
The cycle of demonstrations and failed government reforms threatens to overwhelm Adil Abdul-Mahdi.READ MORE
Bomb threats attributed to the country’s ethnic insurgents suggests a new wave of violence is imminent.READ MORE
France’s strong economy and Macron’s European vision could see Paris take charge of the EU’s future.READ MORE
Photo: Tony Cartalucci/Global Research Pro-Catalan independence activists will again take to the streets of the regional capital of Barcelona today. UnrestREAD MORE
Anti-government protests are expected to intensify in Beirut today. For over a week, tens of thousands of Lebanon’s six million-strongREAD MORE
The battle between the executive and the legislature is testing the country’s institutional resilience.READ MORE