- Daily Brief
- May 26, 2019
As the US-China trade war gathers pace, both powers have been courting Europe, and especially Italy.
After years in the Ecuadorian embassy, the founder of Wikileaks now faces an uncertain future.
Though Modi's BJP is expected to win, voters may punish the PM for failing to meet high expectations.
New party rules should ensure the next prime minister serves a full term for the first time since 2007.READ MORE
Ties between the two fundamentalist groups are concerning but the depth of cooperation is uncertain.READ MORE
Expect heightened risks of cross-strait military escalation during Taiwan’s 2020 general election.READ MORE
Despite falling far short of a majority, Bibi emerged victorious from the hotly contested election.READ MORE
The Bank of Japan will begin two days of interest rate reviews today, which it will announce along with freshREAD MORE
China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) will mark 70 years since its founding by hosting an international naval parade inREAD MORE
The latest attempt to resolve the Israel-Palestine has likely failed even before being announced.READ MORE
One of Putin’s goals is the destabilization of the European Union. With Hungary, he is succeeding.READ MORE