“A single spark can start a prairie fire,” observed Mao Zedong in 1930, as he tried to convince his followers that revolution was possible in … Read more
The Corporate Dispatch.com Week presents views on the week’s salient news from around the globe.
As expected, a lot of attention of the global news … Read more
The quest of some in Catalonia, so far in Spain, to gain independence, … Read more
Disclaimer: the information in this article is accurate at time of writing (Thursday), but by the time the article is published, all this information could … Read more
This Sunday will be a crucial test for the opposition in central Europe’s two populist strongholds as liberal forces in both countries attempt to win … Read more
The Brussels ViewPoint is written by Corporate Dispatch correspondent in Brussels, Denise Grech and was first published on The CorporateDispatch Week.
There have been some … Read more
This article appeared first on The CorporateDispatch.Com Week on 5th October 2019
China this week commemorated the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s … Read more
Summer is finally drawing to a close and the top bureaucrats from Europe are returning to their home base in Brussels. All eyes are on … Read more
The recent developments in the Persian Gulf have once more caused widespread repercussions in the world. Among the various aspects that these brought to the … Read more
The attack on Saudi oil facilities is the latest, most violent, example of an escalating series of gambits rival powers in the Gulf aimed at … Read more
John Bolton’s departure from the post of National Security Advisor was welcomed with a sigh of relief by some, if not many, especially Iran.
Bolton … Read more
The formation of the new European Commission seems to be coming together. Incoming Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has put together quite a good … Read more
Ursula von der Leyen is considering plans to revamp the structure of the next European Commission.
The biggest change in a draft plan being mulled … Read more
Recently people in Iceland met to mourn the death of a glacier, called Okjokull. The glacier was estimated to be 700 years old. It is … Read more
Warsaw and Washington have agreed on six locations for new U.S. troops to be stationed in Poland, the country’s Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said on … Read more
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s furious reaction to foreign criticism of his handling of Amazon fires reflects the sacred place the vast region occupies in the … Read more
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Thursday for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict even if this goal is “increasingly difficult to achieve.”
Speaking … Read more
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif will meet in Moscow on Sept. 2 for talks on the situation in the … Read more
Boris Johnson has spoken to Turkish president Erdogan today following the G7 summit at the weekend.
A Downing Street spokesperson said: “The prime minister updated … Read more
Emmanuel Macron has said that a French diplomatic initiative could lead to a summit between the US and Iranian presidents “within a few weeks”.
Macron … Read more
Any other country that had run a budget surplus for the last five years and was now facing a recession would have a clear response. … Read more
A joint Turkish-U.S. operation centre to establish and manage a safe zone in northeast Syria is fully operational, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar was quoted … Read more
The G7 summit has begun in the shadow of friction over trade, climate change and Iran likely which are likely to dominate the talks, not … Read more
On 8 August Salvini triggered a political crisis in the middle of the summer lull by calling for fresh elections but now he risks being … Read more
Turkey has defied warnings from Russia, Iran and their local allies in Syria by seeking a deal with the United States and continuing to support … Read more
The Iran-flagged Adrian Darya 1, previously named Grace 1, set course for Kalamata, Greece, with an estimated arrival on Aug. 25, according to ship tracking … Read more
Syria’s and Ukraines’ conflict were on the agenda as the French and Russian Presidents met on Monday ahead of the G7 summit in Biarritz, southwest … Read more
The push to remove the president from office gained momentum on Monday after the No. 4 House Democrat announced support for an impeachment investigation into … Read more
The Principality of Monaco is one of Europe’s smallest nations, and indeed 20% of the country has been reclaimed from the sea. A new reclamation … Read more