united states

Weekly Recap: Nov 7 to Nov 13

Weekly Recap: Nov 7 to Nov 13

Nov 14: US Democrats keep control of the Senate in the midterms after clinching 50 seats, UN Decolonization Committee adopted a Palestinian resolution requesting an advisory opinion on Israel’s actions in Palestine, ASEAN agrees “in principle” to admit Timor-Leste into the bloc.

Weekly Recap Oct 24 – Oct 30

Weekly Recap Oct 24 – Oct 30

Oct 31: Halloween crowd surge in Seoul kills at least 153 people, Brazilian leftist presidential candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva leads over far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) government orders expulsion of Rwandan Ambassador Vincent Karega.

Weekly Recap: Oct 17 to Oct 23

Weekly Recap: Oct 17 to Oct 23

Oct 24: British Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns after 45 days in office, China President Xi Jinping secures third term as leader of the CCP and unveils new Politburo Standing Committee, Former US President Donald Trump ordered to testify under oath surround last year’s US Capitol riots.

Weekly Recap: Oct 10 to Oct 16

Weekly Recap: Oct 10 to Oct 16

Oct 17: President Xi Jinping at the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China reiterated his ambitions to reunite Taiwan and will use military force if needed, British Prime Minister Liz Truss appoints new Chancellor of the Exchequer, US announces new US$725 million military aid package for Ukraine.

Weekly Recap: Sept 26 to Oct 2

Weekly Recap: Sept 26 to Oct 2

Oct 3: Russian President Vladimir Putin proclaims annexation of four partially occupied Ukrainian regions, Nicaragua cuts diplomatic ties with the Netherlands over interventionist concerns, Turkey calls back Greek ambassador in protest over Greek deployment of US armoured vehicles along Turkish coast.

About Us

The IAS Gazette is a news site run by undergraduates from the Singapore Institute of Management’s International Affairs Society (IAS). Founded in 2018, it traces its roots to The Capital, a now defunct bimonthly magazine previously under the IAS.

The Capital Magazine