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01 | August | 2019

After agreeing to a six-month extension as EU member until 31 October, Britain is more divided than ever on Brexit and facing the mounting challenges to British politics after the resignation of Theresa May and the choice of a new Prime Minister.


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Algeria in protest
29 | July | 2019

After six weeks of mass protests and growing pressure on the regime, with the Army Chief of Staff calling for the use of article 102 of Algeria’s Constitution prediction the oust of a sick president, Bouteflika finally resigned. Protesters, however, are not satisfied and have taken to the streets again, demanding a regime change.


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Sudan Uprising
22 | July | 2019

After several months of protests against Omar al-Bashir's regime, the Military toppled the president and the Defence Minister has sworned in as the head of the transitional military council. Nonetheless the people continues on the streets demanding a civil leadership to Sudan and real regime change.


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Venezuela in Crisis 
23 | July | 2019

The launch of the last phase of Operation Libertad by Juan Guaidó, which the self-named interim president believed would lead to the resignation of Nicolás Maduro, deepened the impasse in Venezuela. In Latin America, the balance of powers is played between countries, but also the impact of non-regional powers, such as the USA, Russia, China and the EU.

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