Intelligence Brief

Sri Lanka | Between political turmoil and civil unrest

Sri Lanka faces an unprecedented economic and political meltdown that has pushed the government into a deep crisis and triggered violent protests. On May 9, months of peaceful demonstrations turned violent, leading to the resignation […]

May 20, 2022

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Honduras: Why does the Congressional crisis matter?

On January 21, a new provisional directive board for the National Congress was elected with 85 votes (65 were required), amongst which were 20 deputies that ran in alliance with President Xiomara Castro’s Partido Libertad […]

January 27, 2022

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Peru | Towards the nationalization of the Camisea gas field?

On October 6, President Pedro Castillo announced that he had accepted Prime Minister Guido Bellido’s resignation, after facing criticism following Bellido’s statement about forcing a renegotiation of terms of taxes with the Camisea consortium or […]

November 26, 2021

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Ethiopia | The civil war in the Tigray region

On November 5, 9 militant groups declared the formation of the United Front of Ethiopian Federalist and Confederalist Forces (UFE) at a conference meeting in Washington DC. Among these groups were the Oromo Liberation Front […]

November 24, 2021

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