‘A real crisis of democracy’: France enters a political deadlock | Emmanuel Macron News

‘A real crisis of democracy’: France enters a political deadlock |  Emmanuel Macron News

Paris, France – In France, majority elections are an opportunity for voters to give the strong in the country’s president a thus body, the National Assembly, and the National Assembly, and a powerful political mandate. But two months after President Emmanuel Macron was re-elected against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, the French did not turn … Read more

Why Turkey, Greece remain on collision course over Aegean islands | Conflict

Why Turkey, Greece remain on collision course over Aegean islands |  Conflict

The Eastern Mediterranean and the islands of the Aegean, where Greek and Turkish claims overlap, are once again in the focus amid the latest dispute between Greece and Turkey. The complexity of the issue under international law is now further aggravated by a lack of diplomacy. The two NATO allies are still in a dispute … Read more

Leviathan: China’s new navy | Military

Leviathan: China’s new navy |  Military

The Chinese navy, instruction from President Xi Jinping, has under a modernisation and expansion program that is nothing short of spectacular. Friday’s launch of its third and most advanced aircraft carrier, the Fujian, for sea trials underscores just how far it has come, and how fast. The first two carriers, the Liaoning and Shandong, were … Read more

Border rules leave teenage survivors trapped in Spain’s Ceuta | Migration News

Border rules leave teenage survivors trapped in Spain’s Ceuta |  Migration News

Ceuta, Spain – The borders between Morocco and the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla opened once again at the end of May after a two-year closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. To cross, legally, takes only a few minutes – but the wall between these territories, which lie approximately 385km (240 miles) apart by … Read more