The Geopolitical News Roundup
By Iain Fraser – Geopolitical Journalist
Reporting for Friday, 11 September 2020
Today’s Roundup of the Leading Geopolitical News
Welcome to my roundup of the latest Geopolitical News.
Mitigating Geopolitical Risks For Your Global Team – Forbes
By Jacob William a Forbes Councils Member
We are now global villagers, living beyond geographies, thanks to the virtual world in the cloud. Businesses are compelled to face the risk of the unknown, uncertain and unpredictable events transpiring all over the world …
Read Full StoryAnalysis: UK economy is up, up – but not away – BBC
By Faisal Islam – BBC Economics Editor
Up, up, but not away. The UK economy continued a sharp recovery from lockdown in July, growing by a bumper 6.6% in the month. But the rate of recovery was a little slower than in June, raising some concerns about the ongoing strength of the bounce back … Read Full Story
EU ramps up no-deal preparations as it weighs UK’s Brexit ultimatum – Reuters
By Guy Faulconbridge, Gabriela Baczynska
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union was on Friday ramping up preparations for a tumultuous end to the four-year Brexit saga as top officials prepared to brief its 27 members on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to break the divorce treaty … Read Full Story
China, India agree to disengage troops at disputed border – Al-Jazeera
In joint statement, Wang Yi and S Jaishankar say current situation in border areas not in the interest of either side. The foreign ministries of China and India agreed in a joint statement on Friday that their troops must quickly disengage from a months-long stand-off at their long-disputed Himalayan border … Read Full StoryEuropeans should reject US economic terrorism: FM Zarif – Mehr News Agency
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Europeans should turn down the US economic terrorism imposed against Islamic Republic of Iran. In his twitter account on Thu., Zarif wrote, “Europeans should reject US economic terrorism just as they’ve rejected its vandalism in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).” …
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