We’re looking ahead at the IMF-Argentina debt deal meeting; EU-China summit; elections in Pakistan, Malta, Zimbabwe; the Siege of Mariupol; China’s coronavirus outbreak and more.
The Factal editors are looking ahead at Germany’s reduction in coronavirus restrictions, elections in Timor-Leste, U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Pakistan’s no confidence motion, North Korea missile tests, and more.
In this week’s forecast we’ve got Major League Baseball Spring Training games, Germany relaxing most coronavirus rules, the US Senate starting Supreme Court confirmation hearings, President Biden meeting with NATO leaders to discuss Ukraine and an update on North Korea’s missile launches.
Over the next week we’re looking at elections in Turkmenistan, Colombia, and the Netherlands. Additionally there continues to be economic fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Iran nuclear talks are resuming.
This week’s interview is with Factal Editor Agnese Boffano. Jimmy Lovaas and Boffano discuss the JCPOA ending the eighth round of negotiations between Iran, China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, United States, Germany and the EU. Also covered is the EU head of state meeting in Versaille, the Turmenistan election, elections in Colombia, and France lifting their vaccine passport rules.
Elections in France and South Korea, the Paralympics to begin without Russia, further reduction in coronavirus mandates and more news to prepare for in the coming week.
Votes in Somalia and Belarus; travel restrictions easing in Canada, Israel, Japan; the U.S. State of the Union; Russia invades Ukraine — this week’s Forecast is ready on the Factal Blog and in your inbox.
Top photo: Trucks block an intersection at University Avenue and Bloor Street in downtown Ottawa on Saturday, Feb. 5. Photo by michael_swan on Flickr. Listen…
This week’s Forecast covers planned news events like the Canada trucker protests, Russia’s trial of Alexei Navalny, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban visiting Russia and more. The Forecast is an essential aid for risk intelligence and global security professionals.
Show notes: Editors Jimmy Lovaas and Ahmed Namatalla discuss the unrest in Sudan, plus more on Iraq’s new parliament holding its first session, Portugal lifting…