The spread of the Covid-19 pandemic around the world dominates the headlines. The 25th edition of the Diplomatique.Expert journal focuses on the various sides of … Read more
The Iowa Caucuses of 2020 will be memorable for a number of reasons. … Read more
The United Kingdom has left the European Union. As the clock struck 11 p.m. in London, the U.K. ceased to be a member of the … Read more
From India to Australia, from Brazil to Syria, from Germany to Italy, this week’s edition of the Diplomatique.Expert Week journal provides you with views … Read more
The US Presidential Campaign elections’ star of the week was Pete Buttigieg. His ascent the top of the Iowa polls were given a lot of … 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 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
As the US withdrew from the landmark nuclear treaty known as the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, Seda Serdar Deutsche Welle correspondent ask what’s next … Read more
DW’s Bernd Riegert writes: “Israel, has presented its hosting of Eurovision as evidence of what a tolerant and cosmopolitan democracy it is.
There were calls … Read more
The following is taken from an opinion piece by Timothy Garton Ash and was published on The Guardian:
“Set against that historical measuring rod, our … Read more
Diplomatique.Expert recommends – “To prevent another Christchurch we must confront the right’s hate preachers” – The Guardian
There are coping strategies for dealing with terrorism and the feeling it is meant to induce, namely terror. One is to tell yourself, it won’t … Read more
Insight – al-Shabab, Somalia and the Monday’s killing of Maltese port manager – Formosa’s family reaction
In a deadly day for the restive nation, a gunman shot Maltese national Paul Anthony Formosa, manager of the port of Bossasso in semi-autonomous Puntland … Read more
Psychological manipulation is an influence technique designed to change the behavior or beliefs of its target audiences through distraction, deception, and misrepresentation. One strikingly effective … Read more
Brexit and the Border Wall – Two governments paralysed. Two populist projects stalled. Two venerable democracies in crisis – NYT
In Parliament, lawmakers are mired in gridlock over Britain’s departure from the European Union, with no clear path forward. In Washington, President Trump stormed out … Read more
Ever since Britain stunned the world, in June 2016 with a referendum setting Brexit in motion, the future of the Irish border has hovered over … Read more
European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič pulled out from the race to become the Social Democrats’ lead candidate for the EU elections in May next … Read more
The short history of the eurozone has taught us that resistance is futile. You cannot extricate yourself from its rules, to which all member states … Read more
Three of the EU’s six founding members held elections last weekend that centred on local issues but will resonate beyond.
5 lessons from Europe’s busy … Read more
The President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani has urged member states to have a unified stance and strategy for Libya.
Tajani said on the … Read more
DUP threatens to vote down budget if Brexit deal would mean different treatment for Northern Ireland
Theresa May is fighting to keep the delicate Brexit negotiations on track after the DUP threatened to vote down the budget and bring down her … Read more
Despite Brexit and new priorities, it is important to keep EU funds for all regions – rich and poor – argues EU regions commissioner Corina … Read more
When Emmanuel Macron swept to power, French media marveled at the organizational skills of a man they dubbed the country’s first “managerial president.”
There were … Read more
While the departure of the UK from the EU will have some effects, seen from a general political and economic perspective, that are quite easy … Read more
Insight – Effects of US sanctions not limited to higher oil prices but could spill over into global trade jitters (Diplomatique.Expert)
Although the immediate response to Tuesday’s announcement of the US withdrawal from Iran’s nuclear deal was a jump in oil prices, most analysts seem to … Read more
Growing concern has been mounting among citizens of the EU on the use of toxic pesticides and their effect on people and the environment. This … Read more
Diplomatique.Expert member Charles Camenzuli writes about boycotts in the 88 year history of the World Cup.
2014 was an Olympic year for Russia with Sochi … Read more