- Daily News
- May 26, 2018
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that territories of Western Sahara are excluded from an agricultural agreement between Morocco and the European Union (EU).
Schisms within the PIF are inhibiting coordinated responses to Pacific issues.
The worst-case scenario for Brexit – a “no deal” exit – is shaping up as a distinct possibility.
The Secretary-General must balance between US demands for budget constraint and the UN’s needs.
Asia’s middle powers are fighting a dogged defence of US trade values while Washington vacillates.
Short-termism by Washington and Tel Aviv will likely have them rue their decision to leave UNESCO.
Canberra will face criticism of its own human rights record as it seeks a seat on the UNHCR.
The muted Russia-China rivalry has extended to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
US intelligence partners will continue to share information but with more restrictive protocols.
If Trump pulls the US out of the Paris Agreement, the administration will find itself isolated.
The greatest threat to NATO is neither Russia nor terrorism but neglect.
NATO’s unpreparedness for cyberwar with Russia leaves its Eastern European members exposed.