Public Daily Briefing

Russian Cyberattacks and Senegal’s Oil Production

Today on the Public Daily Briefing, we cover an investigation by the International Criminal Court into Russian cyberattacks and Senegal's new offshore oilfield.

A New Bill in Argentina and Political Violence in South Africa

Today on the Public Daily Briefing, we cover the passage of Argentine President Javier Milei's controversial "Bases Law" through the Argentine Senate and a political clash in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Protests in Argentina and Armenia’s Intention to Leave the CSTO

Today on the Public Daily Briefing we cover a large-scale protest in Argentina and Armenia's announcement regarding their intention to leave the Collective Security Treaty Organization, better known as CSTO.

Chiquita’s Support for Right-Wing Paramilitaries and Vietnam’s Expansion.

Today on the Public Daily Briefing, we cover a recent court ruling against Chiquita Brands International and Vietnam's island expansion.

The Rising Right in Europe and a Prospective Ceasefire

Today on the Public Daily Briefing, we cover the results of the European Parliamentary elections and a proposed ceasefire in Israel.

Germany’s Growing Military and an Israeli’s Resignation

Today on the Public Daily Briefing we cover recent moves regarding Germany's military and the resignation of a key military official in Israel.

An Attack in Germany, SpaceX’s Triumph, and U.S. Sanctions

Today on Public Daily Briefing, we cover another attack in Germany, SpaceX's newest launch, and the US sanctioning an armed Palestinian group.

South Africa’s Political Earthquake, Myanmar’s Digital Iron Curtain, and Israel’s Showdown with Hezbollah

Today on the Public Daily Briefing, we cover recent political upheaval in South Africa, Myanmar's new social media site, and Israel's warning to Hezbollah in Lebanon.

NASA’s PREFIRE Mission, the Risk of Foreign Military Instructors in Ukraine, and Drone Strikes amid the Tuareg Rebellion

Today on Public Daily Briefing, we cover the launch of NASA's Polar Radiant Energy in the Far-InfraRed Experiment, or PREFIRE, Russia's warning against sending military instructors to Ukraine, and drone strikes in Mali.

Mexico’s Historic Elections, Violence in Germany, and Protecting Children in Syria

Today on Public Daily Briefing, we cover Mexico's historic elections, an attack on civilians in Germany which took the life of a police officer, and an agreement by a Syrian armed militant group in collaboration with the United Nations.