With the US hurtling toward a new era of protectionism with China and the European Union (EU) especially in its crosshairs and both sides reciprocating with increasingly punitive tariffs, China’s... read more →
Shares of Dankse Bank, the largest bank in Denmark, fell by around 3% on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange after the local newspaper Berlingske reported on investigation into the bank’s alleged... read more →
The Council of Europe has decided to exclude 14 former members, including Belgian members Alain Destexhe and Stef Goris, from its Parliamentary Assembly, who were accused of accepting gifts and... read more →
Russian money hidden in British assets and laundered through the financial institutions of the City harms the efforts of the British government to take a firm stand against the aggressive... read more →
In January, the exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui sat in his 9000-square-foot apartment overlooking Central Park and told Lauren Hilgers, a journalist from the New York Times, that he intended... read more →
The judicial system reforms undertaken since 2015 by the conservative ruling party in Poland have "a negative impact" on the independence of the judiciary, according to the Council of Europe,... read more →
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