Media Watch

'19Jan
28

Debunking the Security Fears of a No Deal Brexit, the EAW and Interpol

Although I suspect most of the bobbies on the beat voted to Leave, their hierarchy is in charge of Project Terror, to influence how Parliament votes on the Withdrawal Agreement.CC0UK To Save $1.5 Bln in EU Tax...
'19Jan
28

Debunking the Security Fears of a No Deal Brexit, the EAW and Interpol

Although I suspect most of the bobbies on the beat voted to Leave, their hierarchy is in charge of Project Terror, to influence how Parliament votes on the Withdrawal Agreement.CC0UK To Save $1.5 Bln in EU Tax...
'19Jan
28

Some conceptual underpinnings of Indian Foreign Policy Today

T.C.A. RaghavanA synoptic overview of Indian Foreign Policy from the perspective of early 2019 throws up some broad conceptual themes: neighbourhood first; balancing the continental and the maritime; balancing...
'19Jan
27

CEOs’ 2019 economic forecast offers differing views

CEOs were asked: Consumer confidence is high, but there has been growing talk about economic instability. Compared with 2018, do you think 2019 will be stronger, weaker, or about the same? What leads you to this...
'19Jan
25

China’s new age of uncertainty

BERLIN - In a year marking the 70th anniversary of its founding, the People’s Republic of China appears to have entered a new era of uncertainty after more than a quarter century of phenomenal economic growth....
'19Jan
25

EU - League of Arab States relations: joint communiqué of the EU Political and Security Committee and the League of Arab States Permanent Representatives

Press contacts Virginie Battu Press officer +32 2 281 53 16...
'19Jan
24

January infringements package: key decisions

In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission ('Commission') is pursuing legal action against Member States for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law. These decisions,...
'19Jan
21

Event | Follow IRIN at the World Economic Forum in Davos

This week, IRIN will take part in the annual World Economic Forum gathering of top business and political leaders in Davos, Switzerland through a series of special events.Meet the New Humanitarians changing the...
'19Jan
19

Supporting independent media in South Africa

Article published first by Luminate, 8 January 2019. The story of political corruption in South Africa is an old one, which started long before the first democratic elections in 1994, yet the recent scandal of ‘...
'19Jan
18

News24.com | Spy watchdog pushes on with probes, despite 'threats and intimidation'

A battle is brewing to reform South Africa's intelligence sector – a pivotal restructure is on the cards and the Inspector General of Intelligence (IGI) has vowed to  proceed with sensitive investigations that may...

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