This article was written by CiConsulta’s GeoPolitical expert Matthew Bugeja appeared on the Diplomatique.Expert International Affairs eJournal.
This is being written because it needs … Read more
Pope Francis has introduced a year of missionary experience into the curriculum of those preparing to enter service in the Holy See’s diplomatic corps.
The … Read more
The governments of the European Union states need to be willing to intervene in international crises or risk prolonging paralysis in their foreign policy, the … Read more
The start of the New Year finds the world facing four looming threats to human progress: surging geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis, global mistrust … Read more
As of the end of December 2019, the WTO will no longer be able to resolve disputes between its members due to a lack of … Read more
The JCPOA, or Iran nuclear deal as its more popularly known, is beginning to run its course. The US has left the deal, and the … Read more
What does it take to become a superpower? We don’t have enough time (or space in this article) to get into that in detail, but … Read more
This is a big call, and one that I will not be fully confident in until we are certain of who Trump will be facing … Read more
CiConsulta Geopolitics 2020 Forecast – The EU will become more outward looking, but just a little bit
For the first time in a long time, the new European Commission will look to flex its muscles outside of Europe’s borders by becoming a … Read more
2019 was quite the year. Looking back, there have been a few surprises. But I have been writing these geopolitical forecasts for about six years, … Read more
Turkey will resolutely continue defending its legitimate rights and interests in the Eastern Mediterranean, said Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Saturday. Cavusoglu met UN-recognized Libya’s … Read more
The EU’s new top diplomat, Josep Borrell, has urged the bloc to step up and be a real geopolitical player or risk Europe becoming just … Read more
The leaders of Russia and Ukraine agreed on Tuesday to exchange all remaining prisoners from the conflict in east Ukraine by the end of the … Read more
Malta regained its spot on the global news agenda following the dramatic developments in the investigations related to the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. The … Read more
Benjamin Netanyahu has been at the forefront of Israeli politics for close to a decade, having won his first term as Prime Minister in 2009. … 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 Fall of The Wall – 30 years later: understanding the meaning of freedom, then, today and tomorrow
For many of you here, the Berlin wall simply brings to mind the extreme measures communist rule went to, to define its own boundaries and … Read more
UK parties have launched their election campaigns this week after … Read more
This article appeared first on Corporate Dispatch’s Diplomatique.Expert Week journal.
Last Monday, the 4th of November, the US filed paperwork in order to initiate the … Read more
This article appeared first on the Corporate Dispatch Diplomatique.Expert Week Journal.
Thirty years after its sensational fall, it is somewhat hard to quantify what the … Read more
The fall of the Berlin Wall on the 9th of November, … Read more
The order by U.S. President Donald Trump to withdraw troops … Read more
This week news cycle started with President Trump delivering a nationally … 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 European Union agreed on Friday to enter intense talks with Britain to try to break the deadlock over Brexit, lifting financial markets with a … 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
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 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
China’s Huawei has begun talks with Russia about installing Russian operating system (OS) Aurora on 360,000 of its tablets to conduct Russia’s population census next … Read more
Do the right-wing victories mean that Pope Francis has lost the battle against the alt-right Christians? – Fr Joe Borg
St Pope John Paul II seems to have had more electoral successes than Pope Francis. This opening sentence will probably surprise many given that popes … Read more
“Since the 17th century Western societies have elevated reason above feeling as the basis for political action. Emphasising reason in this way presumed that it … Read more
Hundreds of people have been arrested in Kazakhstan while protesting against a stage-managed election that they say will deprive them of a political voice.
Euronews … Read more
Libya’s coast guard said Saturday that it had intercepted nearly two dozen Europe-bound migrants off the country’s Mediterranean coast.
Spokesman Ayoub Gassim said a wooden … 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