Last month’s election of Giorgia Meloni for prime minister in Italy was seen as the first sign that the country could change its pro-EU posture and its nearly unlimited support of sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
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Thousands took to the streets of Paris on Sunday to express outrage over soaring prices—adding new pressure to Paris after earlier strikes at oil refineries and nuclear power plants.
Oil workers in Iran have joined the protests sweeping the country after the death of a 22-year-old woman in the custody of the morality police last month who allegedly violated the Islamic dress code.
Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, indicated Sunday at the 20th Party Congress that Beijing will not let up on its “zero-COVID” policy despite growing unrest in the country.
The Biden administration released its National Security Strategy last week that took a long look at how the U.S. can remain the world’s dominant country, and—as is tradition in Washington—it focused on peerless military.
Alexander De Croo, the Prime Minister of Belgium, said in an interview last week that there is a great concern of civil unrest breaking out across Europe due to the dramatic surge in energy prices and their impact on the average European.
German rail lines were targeted by saboteurs who severed cables that are essential for the country's rail network system, raising new concerns about more incidents across Germany.
The U.S. wants to arm Taiwan with so much weaponry that the tiny island off the coast of mainland China would be able to stand up to an invasion.
Israeli forces continue to carry out raids in the occupied West Bank with deadly consequences, including one this weekend that resulted in the deaths of four Palestinian teenagers.
President Joe Biden was at a Democratic fundraiser in New York on Thursday when he told the audience that the risk of nuclear Armageddon is at its highest point since the Cuban Missile Crisis.