Day: October 20, 2020

Sudanese-Rebel Peace Agreement

On September 26th, after almost a full year of negotiations, the transitional government of Sudan signed a peace agreement with the country’s main rebel alliance: the SRF (Sudan Revolutionary Front). The agreement was signed in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan, where notable attendees (among others) included Sudan’s Sovereign

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Australia To Consider 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics Boycott

ABC News reported on 8 October that the Australian parliament was thought to be considering the issue of a boycott of the not-so-distant 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, in light of the tensions between the two nations and China’s human rights abuses. Senator Rex Patrick, representing South Australia, has voiced sentiment

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EU Leaders To Insist On Tough Enforcement Powers In Brexit: FT.I

Last Thursday, European Union leaders met in Brussels to discuss enforcement for a prospective Brexit trade deal, skeptical of United Kingdom promises. Chief Brexit negotiator Micheal Barnier was expected to ensure support for “level playing field” guarantees through the same rights enabling E.U. retaliation against Britain if they breach previous

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