Media Watch

'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

Davos 2019: 7 things to know on day two

In perhaps the most highly-anticipated address of the day, Angela Merkel gave a robust defence of the current world order, calling for leaders to take a stand against growing nationalist and populist movements. In...
'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
22

Warning of world economy shock

The IMF has lowered its growth forecasts from 3.7 per cent in 2018 to 3.5 per cent in 2019.The report warned of a number of flashpoints that could lead to even lower growth trajectories across the world.“A range of...
'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
20

Sanctions, Trade Wars, Historic Summits: Two Years of Trump Foreign Policy

Over the past two years, US President Donald Trump has shown that he is determined to follow through with his campaign promises and continue pushing forward his America First approach in the global arena.Trade...
'19Jan
12

[Agenda] Brexit vote at heart of EU affairs THIS WEEK

Romania's Viorica Dancila (r) to be grilled by MEPs on Tuesday (Photo: European Commission) But if MPs vote against it, they will open the door to a pandemonium of scenarios, including snap elections, a second...
'19Jan
10

Behind the story of Anna Soubry being called a Nazi lies a classic Brexit sequence of events

Behind the incident of Anna Soubry being called a Nazi by a small group of Leave yobs beside College Green lies a classic Brexit sequence of events. For many months now, Remain protestors have infested that area....
'19Jan
09

Britain Will no Longer be Bound by EU Sanctions After Brexit

In-Depth Coverage By Henry Ridgwell January 09, 2019With the March deadline approaching for Britain to depart the European Union, there are concerns that Britain's exit could undermine Western sanctions against...
'19Jan
09

Britain Will no Longer be Bound by EU Sanctions After Brexit

In-Depth Coverage By Henry Ridgwell January 09, 2019With the March deadline approaching for Britain to depart the European Union, there are concerns that Britain's exit could undermine Western sanctions against...

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