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Brexit Negotiators Of Both Parties Close Down On Irish Border Text, Reports RTE

If RTE reports are to be believed, the “most vexed issue” of the Brexit negotiation seems to have landed a deal. According to reports from RTE, the national broadcaster of Ireland, the negotiators involved in Brexit deals from both the parties have settled on a text regarding the Irish border...

Bloomberg: Theresa May can face catastrophic defeat in parliament

According to Bloomberg, citing three people familiar with the situation, the cabinet should meet on November 12 to approve May’s plan, but there were no signs of further progress the night before. If May intends to make a deal in November, as investors and companies hope, this week will be the last...

New Asian Foreign Policy May Be Set By Congress After Democrats Taking Control Of House

It is being expected that the policies that United States president Donald Trump has taken for Asia could face increased scrutiny from a divided Congress after the Democrats taking control of the lower chamber of Congress.   Trump policies – such as any potential trade wars, could be...

Italy refuses to change draft budget

Italy does not plan to revise the draft budget for the next year in accordance with the requirements of the European Commission, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said at a meeting with representatives of the Association of Foreign Press in Rome. He also made it clear that he did not...

Italy is about to tighten its migration policy

The Italian Senate approved a controversial package of measures, thus significantly tightening rules in the field of migration and security. Now that the amendment is approved by the lower house of parliament, it will be harder to get asylum in Italy and easier to lose it. Deputy Prime Minister...

Macron calls to create a pan-European army

The proposal of the French president calls into question relevance of NATO and indicates the EU’s desire to get rid of the “military support” of the United States. French President Emmanuel Macron, in an interview with Radio Europe 1, called for greater independence in the defense of Europe,...

Signals Of Mending Of US-China Emerge Before Anticipated G20 Meet

In a latest welcome sign of thawing of ice between the United States and China, the two largest economies engaged in a bitter trade war, the two parties have reportedly decided to hold a delayed top-level security dialogue on Friday. This was preceded by a statement by China's vice president where...

Moscovici: the European Commission may impose sanctions on Italy

The European Commission may impose sanctions on Italy as a last resort if an agreement on the country's budget is not reached, but Brussels wants to avoid this scenario, said European Commissioner for Economic Affairs Pierre Moscovici. “I have never been a supporter of sanctions. Sanctions are...

US’s Iran Ban Comes Into Force, US Dodges Question On Exemption Of India & China

The effect on the Iranian regimen to alter its behaviour as the Trump administration wants would by possible by the "the toughest ever" sanctions against the country, said the US even though there was no direct answers of whether Washington had got any firm commitment from India and China...

Who will be allowed to trade with Iran?

The administration of US President Donald Trump has announced that it would restore all the sanctions lifted from Iran in the 2015 nuclear deal, the Associated Press reported. The new restrictions come into force following Trump’s May 8 decision to withdraw the United States from the Joint...
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