COVID-19 AS GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS The evolution of the disease…
Well, kind of. The EU and UK are trying to strike a deal on their future relationship before the end of the transition period at the end of last year. Time is now very tight because any deal will have to be ratified by both sides and in particular on the EU side this involves significant work, including a vote in the European Parliament.
There is no denying the fact that the pandemic is changing world order to a great extent. Geo-political and geo-economic shifts and consequences are likely to be seen in the near future.
US battle with COVID-19 The United States now leads…
Last week, a research team of UK announced a breakthrough drug which created hope for people who are severely ill by COVID-19.
With the last meeting before the presidential election on November 3, the Fed yesterday set the tone for the next few weeks on the financial markets, which will be as tormented and nervous as its final statement which, like every three months, also provides macro estimates for the next three years.
A mural visualises annual average air temperatures in Jersey with 126 stripes representing one year from 1894 through to 2019.
One of the largest oil spills in Russian history was reported at the end of last month. A fuel tank collapsed at a power plant in the city of Norilsk located above the Arctic Circle in Russia’s far north in the Siberian tundra.
While the world is still coping up with the dastardly terrorist attacks in France, Mozambique in East Africa has been bearing the brunt of radical Islamism.
The Republic of Turkey reports the lowest ratio of death per case, as being the 9th country with the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world.
The largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population in Bolivia. The country has the second-largest reserves of natural gas in South America, but there have been long-running tensions over the exploitation and export of the resource.
On the night between 29 and 30 September, the first debate between the two candidates for the presidency of the United States was held in Cleveland, Ohio
Amidst the worst global crisis brought to us by a novel coronavirus, where millions of people are floundered, India is establishing itself as a responsible and reliable aid, by taking lead in addressing the crises.
The deal with Tibet, commonly referred to as the “Tibet Question,” is a point of controversy both within China and for the international community at large.