Peruvians took to the streets after the country swore in a new president after the downfall of Pedro Castillo, who won the presidency in 2021 as the anti-establishment pick.
Category: TRENDS IN GEOPOLITICS – Nov 1 2022
As we have reported, the sanctions imposed by NATO and the United States on Russia have not punished Putin as U.S. President Joe Biden predicted, instead they have ravaged businesses and individuals.
Thousands of college students clashed with Iranian authorities on Sunday throughout the country in another day of unrest after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in “morality police” custody in September for allegedly not abiding by the country’s dress code.
The Pentagon announced in its new National Defense Strategy that China remains the U.S.’s most “serious challenge” to security and noted that Beijing is increasing its “aggressive endeavor to refashion the Indo-Pacific region and the international system to suit its interests and authoritarian preferences.”
About 96,000 individuals fled Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital between June and August, as the country dealt with a worsening security situation due to inter-gang violence and social unrest over a declining economy.
Myanmar’s military conducted its most deadly air strike since its February 2021 military coup that killed at least 80 concertgoers and injured dozens—which has barely been reported in Western media because the victims were not Ukrainian.
Rishi Sunak’s ascendance to the top of British politics has rankled some in the U.K. who say the secrecy surrounding his personal wealth is at odds of what 10 Downing needs given the financial turmoil facing the country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin laughed off U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan during the summer as an unnecessary provocation of China.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has been one of the Biden administration’s most outspoken critics of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.