- Daily Brief
- May 22, 2022
The US Federal Reserve has started to look at a US digital dollar but the likelihood of it being implemented any time soon remains slim.
The irreconcilability between Sudanese protestors’ demands and those of the military junta will likely complicate international efforts to facilitate a negotiated return to the country’s democratic transition.
As the Syrian civil war continues to de-escalate, European and Arab countries are beginning to normalize relations with the Assad regime while current US policy remains unchanged.
The Senate Republicans’ recent vote to block an investigation into January’s insurrection risks further dividing the party.
China’s rapid ascent as a player in the competition for space will likely rebalance the current US-led space order.
The crackdown on shell companies is expected to bring much-needed transparency to US financial activity.
The new administration will inherit a deeply riven nation on top of an uncontrolled pandemic.
WHAT’S HAPPENING? US President Donald Trump has suggested that he may not accept the results of the upcoming November presidential
Jakarta’s non-aligned stance is challenged by a maritime dispute with China and the threat of US sanctions.
The re-election of Taiwan’s independence-minded president has collided with Beijing’s Hong Kong crackdown.
Should today’s vote in Poland go against the president, Trump may be forced to rescind his decision.
The Party’s attempts to reshape the narrative to cast itself as a global saviour have had mixed results.