Happy Sunday, everybody!
I hope all is going well. Only three more working weeks before Christmas, and an awful lot to do. I get overwhelmed by even trying to plan ahead everything for the coming weeks.
There were a lot of world affairs stories to recount this week, and a lot of great posts about everything as well. You can read just a handful of them below.
And there was that, apparently, just the tip of the iceberg. American diplomacy is about to take unimaginable turns. Read about all the other diplomatic disasters the President-elect managed to pull off in such a short period of time.
Here is a pleasant after-election surprise, for a change. The end of a dictatorial regime in The Gambia.
One more post about the ICC’s Assembly of States Parties. I wonder whether Gambia’s position will change once the new government will be established.
A significant judgement was announced last week at the Extarordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.