- Daily News
- August 17, 2018
The annual discussions occurred amid renewed questions about US commitment to the Indo-Pacific.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will visit China today, marking his first visit as head of the new Malaysian government.
Today, a delegation of Japanese officials and business executives will travel to the disputed Southern Kuril Islands in the Pacific
A former Slovenian comedian, Marjan Sarec, nominated by a centre-left grouping of parties, faces a parliamentary vote to become prime
Following Wednesday’s release of employment data, Turkey’s central bank will reveal its inflation forecast for 2019 today. It is unclear
Today, Turkish treasury and finance minister Berat Albayrak will hold a conference call to reassure investors about the current state
The United Kingdom and the European Union are set to resume Brexit talks today in Brussels. The negotiations come after
Today, Russian aerospace company Tupolev will unveil its upgraded long-range missile-carrying bomber, the Tu-22M3M, in Kazan. This bomber marks the
Swedish Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson will announce the country’s economic forecasts and spending plans for the coming years less
Mario Abdo Benitez will be sworn in as Paraguay’s new president today after winning April’s general election. Hailing from Paraguay’s
Today is the last day Brazilian presidential hopefuls can announce their candidacy for general elections this October. Despite serving a
Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF Party, headed by President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa, will respond to legal action challenging its July 30 electoral victory.