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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.
MPs will vote on Thursday on delaying Brexit

The two next days are going to be crucial for the terms of Brexit, while it is supposed to take in effect in only 16 days.
New Tariff Trade Wars With India and Turkey

After China, Turkey and India will be banned from preferential trade agreements that the United States has put in place decades ago. On the short term, this will be beneficial for jobs in America, but it might deeply hinder the global economy.
Possible sanctions against Russia?

Since tensions have been rising between the two giants, experts worry about a second cold war between the United States and Russia.

Starbucks might be one of the most popular American companies in the world for its coffee, but it might become even more famous in the political landscape as its ex-CEO, Howard Schultz, announced last he will run for 2020.

On January 21st, the United States will enter its second month into the longest shutdown of the country, facing a possible national emergency. 
Not only the American President had a vivid reaction towards the Fed’s decisions, the markets did too

In a ten-year high increase, the American Federal Reserve has increase its rate by 0.25%, to a target range of 2.25%-2.5%. The announcement sparked an important disapproval, including from the President of the United States Donald Trump himself.
If the U.K. is able to reach a deal with the E.U. the prime minister is still required to convince her party and the rest of Parliament to vote in favor of the deal. (image: shutterstock.com)

Senior Ministers have agreed to come to a Brexit agreement by the end of November, while establishing a strategy to ensure British Parliament and citizens will support it.
Jair Bolsonaro, far-right lawmaker and presidential candidate of the Social Liberal Party (PSL), gestures during a runoff election, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

Brazil is waking up this week with a heavy hungover.  Last Sunday, Jair Bolsonaro was elected as a new President. This very controverted candidate was almost assassinated during the campaign. 
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May: "Brexit deal between the U.K. and the E.U. is still achievable and not far apart.” (image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir)

British PM Theresa May sent Dominic Raab to Brussels following her dramatic decision to “disengage”, after which the EU gave the UK one day to settle its Brexit position.

British PM Theresa May could be getting closer to a Brexit deal, with enthusiasm from the EU's Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, but Downing St is reserved