The Russian law classing international media operating in the country as “foreign agents” is a “threat to free and independent media”
Prime Minister Hun Sen accuses former opposition leaders of taking workers hostage by calling on foreign nations to stop buying Cambodian goods.
Prime Minister Theresa May announces 4 billion pounds of spending on research and development and regional growth strategies.
The Cambodian Supreme Court has issued a verdict to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party based on a complaint and evidence provided by the Ministry of Interior.
Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving EU.
The Kampot Pepper Promotion Association exported 60 tonnes of Kampot pepper during the first nine months of 2017 and aims to reach 80 tonnes by the end of the year.
Michel Barnier is making contingency plans for the “possible” failure of divorce talks.
EU pushes to draw up a blacklist of tax havens after the “Paradise Papers” reveal loopholes.
EU President Donald Tusk says the outcome of fraught Brexit talks is “up to London”.
The son of a murdered Maltese journalist yesterday accused Prime Minister Joseph Muscat of being complicit in his mother’s death.
Any binding Brexit transition agreement is unlikely before the first quarter of next year.
The EU and Britain clashed yesterday after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the ball was in the EU’s court.
Trade unions and employers associations request the European Union and the United States extend preferential treatment.
There was, in fact, no immediate recession in the United Kingdom following the Brexit vote; indeed, there was not even a slowdown in growth.
Britain is ready to intensify Brexit talks with the EU but nothing has been formally agreed yet.
Brexit minister vowed to “get down to work” as he kicked off first round of negotiations, but a year after Britons voted to quit the EU, government still seemed at odds.
Japan and the European Union agree to a free trade pact, creating the world’s biggest open economic area.
Brexit could could could strengthen the bloc’s political integration and make Germany a more attractive business location.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is leading the United Kingdom toward a very “hard” Brexit in 2019 – and potentially off a cliff, if the UK leaves the European Union without an exit or trade deal.
The end of the wretched campaign to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union against the advice of our friends around the world is less than a month away.