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Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Partido Popular Won Big In Spanish Local Elections
Spain recently had local elections which showed support for PSOE has dropped while increasing for PP. Prime Minister Sanchez has called for an early parliamentary election in order to prevent PP from gaining additional support.
Security Watch: Australia Deepens its Defense Posture
Against a precarious strategic environment, Australia’s new defense doctrine – The Defence Strategic Review – calls for strengthening the island nation’s military capabilities.
The New Normal/La Nouvelle Normalité/新常態: From Japan-South Korea Rapprochement, AUKUS Nuclear Submarine Cooperation, to the US gaining military access to Philine Base: US Deployment in the Indo-Pacific
The US is trying to strengthen its military ties with Japan, Korea, AUKUS, and the Philippines to contain China.
(Analysis) Navigating the Complexities of Georgia’s Political Crisis: Domestic and Foreign Policy Dimensions
The political crisis in Georgia is a complex issue with a mix of domestic and foreign policy implications. It challenges its pro-Western foreign policy and relations with the West, triggering debates on the possibility of Tbilisi’s shift toward Moscow, turning a blind eye to the need for democratic reforms and falling into authoritarianism.
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