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Make sure you always know the latest political news with hard hitting articles about the shape the world is taking. Gain an understanding of what is occurring as a result of Brexit and the EU, the royal family, foreign affairs and changes in government regulation. In a world where local changes have international implications, these topics that affect us all.
Trump warns Iran against enriching its uranium

In an unprecedented crisis since the second Gulf war, the White House has been warning Iran not to enrich its uranium. As the international coalition is trying to ease tensions between Iran and the United States, the Islamic regime confirmed the arrest of a French-Iranian scholar yesterday.
The first Democratic primary presidential debate took place on June 26 and 27

As the most influential Democratic are competing to become the next 2020 Presidential candidate - who will race against Trump, one cannot help but see how divided the party has become.
Are U.S. and Iran heading for war?

Experts worry diplomatic feuds between Iran and the United States might lead to a war, while Iran's economy is likely to worsen due to new economic sanctions.
container ship in port at Port Shenzhen, China

More than a hundred companies include Nike and New Balance have expressed their worry regarding new tariffs against China, while US president Donald Trump announced tariffs could concern more than $300 billion worth of goods.
Russian Dirty Oil Scandal

In April, 5 million tonnes of Russian oil was contaminated with organic chloride, sending global oil prices skyward in a scandal expected to continue for months.
Who will replace British Prime Minister Theresa May?

As Theresa May has resigned, six PM candidates are still racing. Frontrunner Boris Johnson has received international support, but will he win the hearts of Tories?
US President Donald Trump UK visit

U.S president Donald Trump was visiting the United Kingdom from 3 to 5 June. He expressed his support to Boris Johnson and made a few diplomatic faux pas.
Jean-Claude Juncker's replacement is dividing Europe

Germany and France disagree on who to elect as the successor of Jean-Claude Juncker as the European Commission President. While Angela Merkel is pushing for a German leader, Emmanuel Macron criticized her preferences - but not offering any alternative. This might alter Europe's solidity.
Huawei ban

The ongoing trade war between the United States and China has taken a new turn earlier this week as the White House has blacklisted Huawei, Chinese biggest smartphone manufacturer and
Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin meet face to face at Russia summit

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25th. To many, this was a historical milestone for both countries, while North Korea is one of the last dictatures in the world and strongly opposed to the United States policy.