- Daily Brief
- November 22, 2019
France’s strong economy and Macron’s European vision could see Paris take charge of the EU’s future.
Photo: Tony Cartalucci/Global Research Pro-Catalan independence activists will again take to the streets of the regional capital of Barcelona today. Unrest
As Poland’s October 13 parliamentary elections approach, the country’s LGBT community will hold a parade in Lublin today, the latest
The potential return of a pro-Russia, right-wing coalition government will concern the country’s allies.
Denmark’s centre-right Liberal Party, which has been in the opposition since June, will elect a new leader today. Former party
Photo: Reuters/Phil Noble Labour Party leaders will convene in Brighton today for a five-day party conference. Recent remarks from opposition
As the US-China trade war gathers pace, both powers have been courting Europe, and especially Italy.
One of Putin’s goals is the destabilization of the European Union. With Hungary, he is succeeding.
With populist and far-right parties expected to gain seats, the next parliament will be strongly divided.
Despite the merits of the proposal, Belgrade and Pristina are a long way from reaching a deal.
The Ukrainian church’s separation from Russia will not be an amicable divorce.
Voters have a once in a generation opportunity to put to rest the longstanding name dispute.