- Daily News
- March 23, 2018
The president has commenced his second term with the former anticorruption tsar as his deputy.
Despite ongoing protests and pressure from abroad, Ethiopia's elite will only edge towards change.
Rome will veer right but policy will likely hold its course after fierce coalition negotiations.
Italian politicians will soon find their work to slow the flow of migrants from Libya is not over.READ MORE
Schisms within the PIF are inhibiting coordinated responses to Pacific issues.READ MORE
As President Moon looks forward to engage with the North, his greatest achievement may be behind him.READ MORE
The interconnected Irish energy grid has received scant attention from Brexit negotiators.READ MORE
African states face a resurgent terrorist threat from experienced and dedicated ISIS fighters.READ MORE
The EU will struggle to respond to anti-migrant and anti-EU sentiments in its eastern member states.READ MORE
The question of whether the president can run for a third term is roiling Zambia’s political scene.READ MORE
The worst-case scenario for Brexit – a “no deal” exit – is shaping up as a distinct possibility.READ MORE
The Democratic Republic of Congo is capitalising on its dominant market position – at a long-term cost.READ MORE
Despite diplomatic efforts to restore ties, Russia-UK relations will remain strained.READ MORE
Burundi’s withdrawal from the ICC won’t spare President Nkurunziza from the charges it may lay.READ MORE
The domestic upheaval will disturb the theocratic leadership in Tehran — but fail to bring change.READ MORE