The Brief, powered by Neste — Parties that wanted a ‘departure’ chose a true veteran to lead them

The Brief, powered by Neste — Parties that wanted a ‘departure’ chose a true veteran to lead them


As 16 years of Angela Merkel finally came to an end today, with Olaf Scholz sworn in as the new German chancellor, the sense of departure ...
The Brief, powered by Neste — Do as I say, not as I do

The Brief, powered by Neste — Do as I say, not as I do


One of the stories of this pandemic has been just how easy it is to take away our freedoms. As Europeans, we took our four freedoms for g ...
Slovenia’s Hojs warns of emerging migration crisis in Cyprus

Slovenia’s Hojs warns of emerging migration crisis in Cyprus


While the situation on the Belarusian border is stabilising, the focus should shift to other hot spots such as Cyprus, Slovenian’s int ...
Macron Promotes Brotherly Relations in the Middle East

Macron Promotes Brotherly Relations in the Middle East


Last week, French President Emmanuel Macron, despite being preoccupied with next spring’s presidential election, dropped in on Saudi Crown Prince M ...
Creating Jobs for a Stable Yemen

Creating Jobs for a Stable Yemen


The disconnect between donor-based development aid and local needs grows wider as the crisis deepens in Yemen. Focus remains on prioritizing emerge ...
The Pentagon Has a Got a Thing for Threats

The Pentagon Has a Got a Thing for Threats


Last week, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, in conjunction with the US director of national intelligence, ordered a new investigatory bo ...
What Is Australia’s Approach Toward China?

What Is Australia’s Approach Toward China?


Two starkly different viewpoints published in The Australian over Canberra’s posture toward China show the contrasting approaches to strategic unce ...
Hungary’s top court issues ruling in immigration row with EU

Hungary’s top court issues ruling in immigration row with EU


Hungary has the right to apply its own measures in areas where the European Union has yet to take adequate steps for common implementatio ...
Internet guardians want to break web’s language barriers

Internet guardians want to break web’s language barriers


When website addresses using writing systems like Chinese and Arabic were introduced back in 2009, it was hailed as a step that would tra ...
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