In late summer 2020, people took to the streets of Bulgaria in their thousands to protest against the current cabinet. They ...
The competition of the ‘Balkan Stream’ (BS) extension to the Turk Stream pipeline has received little attention. This holds ...
After Abe Shinzo stepped down as Japan’s Prime Minister in late August last year, then-Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga Yoshihide ...
After a year since the United States and China signed the phase one trade deal agreement, it is evident there are several ...
Internet and social media shutdowns have become an increasingly popular method employed by African leaders to stop the flow ...
While the territorial losses in 2019 looked promising, groups like IS operate on a different timescale to much of the rest of the world. With “success measured in decades”, loss of land is seen as ...
The Malian coup d’état, that came to fruition on the 18th August last year, was motivated by a need to end the corruption and bad governance that had brought the country to standstill and to address ...
The 1994 International Treaty protects investors in the energy sector from States’ policy changes. This firmly blocks the EU’s available spending towards its long term goal of becoming the first ...
With the support of the European Union, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) announced in December a scaling up of its financial support for small and medium-sized enterprises ...
In December 2020, President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) formally dissolved the alliance with his former opponent and predecessor, Joseph Kabila. The collapse came after ...
Launched in April 2020, the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator partnership was convened by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Gavi – the Vaccine Alliance and The Coalition for Epidemic ...
Since its accession to UN membership in 1971, China has developed an increasingly positive stance towards peacekeeping missions. Between 1999-2002, it participated in the East Timorese crisis, sending ...