President Joe Biden presented the “America Is Back” narrative at the Munich Security Council 2021, plans to improve Trans-Atlantic ties and work closely with US allies.
The ‘in principle’ agreement between EU and China over EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), is significant both from an economic and geo-political standpoint.
While observers focus on Turkey’s growing proximity with Russia, they forget that there are a number of geo-political divergences.
Some of the government heads on our list of the world’s highest paying are earning a lot more than the per capita GDP of the citizens of their countries. Others surprisingly don’t even make it to the 15 highest-paid heads of state despite being the national leaders of huge economies
Reactions, from world leaders, to the outcome of the US Presidential election have been varied.
Political leadership is under increasing pressure to control the spread of the deadly virus and limit the panic amongst people.
Over the years, Trump has been reaching out to Putin and Kim Jong Un despite the limited strategic gains he has stood to gain. His authoritarian style perhaps makes him feel more at home with dictators than with elected leaders.
The final proverbial ‘nail-in-the-coffin’ moment for the bloc and its ideology may be what is unfolding in front of our eyes right now. The ongoing pandemic has exposed several fault lines in an already faltering EU.
According to the latest findings and analysis by YouGov, a British market research and data analytics firm that tracks how people are responding to the outbreak and their views on their government’s handling of the contagious disease, approval of government handling of COVID-19 has plunged to lowest level.