• 16 August 2018

Daily Brief

Vienna is worlds most liveable city

Vienna is worlds most liveable city

Vienna is the federal capital of Austria. Until the 20th century, it was the largest German speaking city in the world and earlier the capital of the Austro – Hungarian Empire.

US pushes back on foreign takeovers

US pushes back on foreign takeovers

Chinese companies, once among the most prolific deal-makers in the world, are increasingly running into regulatory roadblocks, particularly in the United States.

Corbyn and the Munich massacre

Corbyn and the Munich massacre

The controversial events took place at an event at the Palestinian martyrs’ cemetery in Tunisia, during a visit by Corbyn in 2014, a year before he became the party’s leader.

China denies Uyghur detention

China denies Uyghur detention

The Uyghur’s are predominantly Muslims and have regard themselves as culturally and ethnically close to Central Asian nations.

Russia considers discarding the Dollar

Russia considers discarding the Dollar

The United States and Russia have shared an interesting dynamic in the post-Cold War era, fuelled primarily by overlapping security concerns in Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The Syrian Civil war coupled with the Russian invasion of Georgia in 2008 has upset the delicate balance.

US coerces the UK on Iran Sanctions

US coerces the UK on Iran Sanctions

Iran is a country in Western Asia which borders Iraq to the West, the Caspian Sea to the North, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the East and the Gulf of Aden to its South.

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