'19Jan
25

Cabinet Office compares no-deal Brexit to Iceland ash cloud chaos

The repercussions for the UK of a no-deal Brexit could be similar to the national emergency faced by Iceland during the volcanic eruptions in 2010 that brought parts of the country to a standstill, according to...
'19Jan
25

BDS Victory: UK Band Boycotts Eurovision to Be Held in Israel

Some even tried to suggest that the group’s choice was evidence of anti-Semitism, although the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel has clearly stated that its campaign protests the...
'19Jan
25

What's Behind The Crisis In Venezuela – And What Is The UK Doing About It?

Venezuela has had more than its fair share of international headlines this week, as the country’s deepening political crisis threatens to reach boiling point. The south American country, led by president Nicolas...
'19Jan
24

Venezuela's leadership crisis on verge of 'total disaster', UN chief warns

Moments before Padrino spoke, VTV aired messages of support from Venezuela's eight regional commanders from their military outposts throughout the country.With two declared leaders, unrest in the streets and...
'19Jan
23

EXCLUSIVE: How Liberal Media 'Operates as Propaganda System for State Power'

They regularly issue "media alerts", offering analysis on major global events and issues, seeking to draw attention to the misleading "limits" within which corporate media operates. They also frequently challenge...
'19Jan
23

OECD’s Gurria: ‘If you need time for a better Brexit deal, give it enough time’

Ángel Gurría, the OECD’s secretary general, believes extending Brexit talks until July could be feasible in order to ensure an agreement is sealed. Speaking to EURACTIV.com in Davos, the Mexican diplomat and...
'19Jan
22

MPAA and RIAA Want Site Blocking in New US-UK Trade Deal

US music and movie industry companies helped to get pirate sites blocked in countries all around the globe.On their home turf, however, pirate sites remain freely accessible.After the SOPA protests, the blocking...
'19Jan
22

Zimbabwe president says 'heads will roll' after protest crackdown

The leader, who last year replaced longtime strongman Robert Mugabe, returned earlyfrom the annual jamboree in the Swiss alpine resort town of Davos.He left his Minister of Finance, Mthuli Ncube, to continue...
'19Jan
21

Europe 2019: Pro-Europeanism vs. Euroscepticism

Europe’s political status quo is experiencing one of its most tense and unprecedented periods after the end of World War II. The main cause of this tension in Europe 2019 is the power struggle between two main...
'19Jan
15

The bumpy road to Brexit: A timeline of Britain’s EU divorce

The United Kingdom has just 10 weeks until it is due to leave the bloc, with or without a deal, on March 29. May has implored members of parliament to back her plan, warning that the alternative is either a chaotic...

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