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Calendário Geopolítico da Semana 10 Novembro 2014

Geopolitical Calendar: Week of Nov. 10, 2014

November 10, 2014 | 1000 GMT




Editor’s Note: The following is an internal Stratfor document listing significant meetings and events planned for the next week. Stratfor analysts use this to stay informed of the activities and travel of world leaders and to guide their areas of focus for the week.


• Nov. 9-10: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Iran’s foreign minister and the EU foreign policy chief in Oman to discuss the Iranian nuclear issue.

• Nov. 10-11: EU agriculture and fisheries ministers will meet in Brussels.

• Nov. 10-11: European Parliament committees will meet in Brussels.

• Nov. 12: The Italian General Confederation of Labor will hold a summit to decide how and when to announce a general strike in December.

• Nov. 12: French Alternative to Austerity, a group composed of political parties, trade unions and associations, will stage a protest against austerity in Paris.

• Nov. 12-13: The European Parliament will hold a plenary session in Brussels.

• Nov. 12-14: Coreper I and II will be held in Brussels.

• Nov. 14: The EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council will meet in Brussels.

• Nov. 14: Italy’s economy minister will propose an investment plan worth over 10 billion euros (roughly $12 billion).

• Nov. 14: France will transfer the first Mistral-class amphibious assault ship to Russia.

• Nov. 14: The Federation of Metallurgical Workers and Employees, Italy’s biggest steelworkers union, will stage the first of a series of demonstrations in Milan.

• Nov. 16: Romania will hold the second round of its presidential election.


• Nov. 10-14: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will visit Azerbaijan.

• Nov. 15-16: The G-20 Summit will be held in Australia.


• Nov. 10-11: The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation’s 21 members, including the United States, Russia, China, Japan and South Korea, will meet in Beijing.

• Nov. 10-16: U.S. President Barack Obama will visit China, Myanmar and Australia.

• Nov. 14: German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will visit New Zealand.

• Nov. 15: Brazilian oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA will load the ship Solana with 2 million barrels of crude oil for export to China.


• Nov. 10: A team from India’s National Investigation Agency will visit Dhaka in connection with the Oct. 2 explosion in West Bengal and the presence of Bangladeshi militant groups in India that are involved in cross-border terror.

• Nov. 11-14: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will visit Singapore.

• Nov. 11-14: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Myanmar for the East Asia Summit and Association of Southeast Asian Nations meetings.

• Nov. 12: Indian bank trade unions will participate in a nationwide strike to demand the immediate settlement of wage issues.

• Nov. 14: The 17th India Energy Forum will be held in New Delhi.

• Nov. 16: Pakistani Chief of Army Staff Gen. Raheel Sharif will visit the United States.

• Nov. 16-27: India and China will hold counterterrorism and counterinsurgency exercises in Pune.


• Nov. 11: The Shura Council trial in Egypt will resume.

• Nov. 12-13: Kuwait will host the Middle East Cloud and Big Data Conference and Exhibition under the auspices of the Central Agency for Information Technology.

• Nov. 12-14: Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi will attend a climate change meeting on Venezuela’s Margarita Island and a natural gas conference in Acapulco.

• Nov. 16: The Egyptian Giza Criminal Court will resume the trial of Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Badie, along with 50 group leaders and members.


• Nov. 10: Argentine oil workers from the provinces of Neuquen, Rio Negro, La Pampa, Chubut and Santa Cruz will meet with government officials as part of efforts to avoid oil strikes.

• Nov. 10-11: The final four floodgates will arrive for the expansion of the Panama Canal.

• Nov. 10-14: Peruvian President Ollanta Humala will visit China and the Vatican.

• Nov. 11: The trial of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez will resume.

• Nov. 11-14: Honduras and Peru will hold a meeting to advance free trade agreement negotiations.

• Nov. 12-14: Venezuelan movement Marea Socialista will decide whether to become a political party.

• Nov. 15-16:  Peruvian oil company Pluspetrol and the Quechua Indigenous Federation of the Pastaza will hold talks to negotiate extractive practices in the Nuevo Andoas and Capahuari territories.


• Unspecified date: AngloGold Ashanti will retrench 5,000 workers in Ghana.

• Unspecified date: A parliamentary motion of no confidence against Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed will be tabled.

• Nov. 11: Eight African heads of state will attend the burial of former Zambian President Michael Sata.

• Nov. 12: Ghana’s Monetary Policy Committee will begin a new round of regular meetings to review the status of the economy.

• Nov. 12-16: Senior European Commission officials will travel to West Africa to review ways to better coordinate European action against Ebola.

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