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SnapshotsOct 8, 2021 | 17:15 GMT
The EU and Polish flags are seen at the entrance of the Polish Permanent Representation to the European Union on Oct. 8, 2021, in Brussels, Belgium.
A Polish Court Ruling Enrages the EU, but a ‘Polexit’ Remains Unlikely
A ruling by Poland’s top court questioning the primacy of EU law could trigger severe financial and political penalties from Brussels, but it won’t cause Warsaw to exit the bloc. Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal ruled on Oct. 7 that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) does not have the power to interfere with the Polish government’s decisions on the judiciary. It also said that the Polish constitution takes precedence over EU laws on issues not explicitly delegated by member states to the bloc, such as the internal organization of the judiciary. 
SnapshotsOct 7, 2021 | 22:07 GMT
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo arrives at the 76th session of the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 21, 2021, in New York.
With a Cabinet Reshuffle, Peru’s Castillo Tries to Free Himself From the Far-Left
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo’s move to appoint a more moderate prime minister and cabinet will increase political stability and investor confidence in the country. The removal of leftist officials, however, could trigger more disruptive actions against multinational organizations operating in Peru’s extractive industries. Mirtha Vasquez, the former head of Peru’s Congress, was sworn in as prime minister on Oct. 6, just hours after Castillo unexpectedly announced the resignation of her predecessor Guido Bellido (and, by association, his entire cabinet) after just two months in office. Castillo’s own Peru Libre party quickly denounced the shake-up, calling it “treason” in a recent press conference. But the decision to replace Bellido, who leads Peru Libre’s far-left faction, was widely supported by other centrist and opposition parties in Congress, and will likely temporarily shield Castillo from the threat of impeachment.
AssessmentsSep 28, 2021 | 18:42 GMT
Sudanese Prime Minister Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok (right) chairs a cabinet meeting in Khartoum on Sept. 21, 2021, in the wake of a failed coup attempt earlier that day.
A Failed Coup Risks Derailing Sudan’s Transition to Civilian Rule
The aftermath of an attempted coup will exacerbate tensions between Sudan’s rival civilian and military leaders -- postponing the Northeast African country’s transition to full civilian rule, while increasing the risk of violence and thwarting much-needed foreign financial aid. On Sept. 21, the Sudanese transitional government blocked an attempted coup in which officials used military tanks to block the bridge between Khartoum and Omdurman that spans across the Nile River. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said that the coup attempt was quickly controlled and that over 21 officers had been arrested. The coup attempt comes as public displeasure with the interim government is on the rise, largely due to its failure to implement promised institutional reforms and provide basic goods and services. 
AssessmentsSep 27, 2021 | 17:08 GMT
Armin Laschet, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU)’s chancellor candidate, speaks at the press conference in Berlin on Sept. 27, 2021, the day after Germany's federal election.
The Disputes That’ll Define Germany’s Government Formation Talks
Upcoming German coalition talks will likely result in a moderate government that ensures continuity on fundamental issues like EU and NATO membership. Disagreements over fiscal and environmental policy, however, will slow down the negotiations and risk their collapse. Germany’s Sept. 26 federal election has produced a fragmented Bundestag where an agreement between three parties will be needed to form a government. According to preliminary results released on Sept. 27, the progressive Social Democratic Party (SPD) won 25.7% of the vote, followed by the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) with 24.1%, the environmentalist Greens with 14.8%, and the pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP) with 11.5%.