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Political Crisis in Brazil II
9 | April | 2018

The Brazilians went back to the streets against the government, demanding the demotion of the president, Michel Temer. This time the demonstration was about the revelation of a recorded conversation that indicates the president was involved in bribing.

 

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Tensions with North Korea
5 | April | 2018 

Following the successful launching, by North Korea, of an intercontinental ballistic missile, on July 4th, tensions in the Korean peninsula are mounting, as well as the level of threat to international security.

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Italian election
5 | April | 2018

The coming parliamentary election of March 4 happen in a moment of crisis and great social uproar, with immigration and security issues at the centre of the election campaign. With polls indicating a weakening of the traditional parties and the rise of the right-wing radical parties, the formation of the next Government and choose the new Prime Minister is still very difficult to predict.

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Brexit II
5 | April | 2018

On March 29th, Theresa May formally activated the article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, triggering the process of negotiations that will lead to the permanent separation between the United Kingdom and the EU. If one considers the speech of the British prime-minister, given in January, the idea of a hard Brexit gains track casting a shade of skepticism over the next two years.

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