People often assume that if a person in power is an ethnic minority, they will advocate more strongly for minority ethnic communities.
Europe is being transformed by an aging population and the influx of migrants. War and reactionary politics harken back to its bloody past. Situated between two dueling superpowers, China and America, many in Europe feel squeezed and seek strategic autonomy. But Russia is on its borders.
Radioactive release from Zaporizhzhia could be even bigger than Chernobyl if multiple reactors and spent fuel ponds were involved.
Norway’s phosphate discovery is potentially a massive boon for European electric vehicle automakers looking to source LFP battery materials.
Finland and Sweden’s accession is of significant operational importance to how NATO defends allied territory against Russian aggression.
Germany’s far-right AfD has a real chance to win regional parliaments of three eastern states in September 2024.
Lukashenko can now pose as someone whose intervention got the Russian president out of a tight spot and helped stave off a civil war in Russia.
By creating a hydrogen economy alongside EV development, the UK can help unlock hydrogen’s full potential.
Ukraine blames the Nova Kakhovka dam breach on Russia, claiming Moscow aims to thwart the Ukrainian offensive in this area.
New military aid commitments by European allies give Ukraine vital equipment to use against an adversary with significant manpower advantages.
Whether Russia wins or loses, or whether the war remains unresolved resulting in a frozen conflict, all pose a dilemma for China.