Klaus Schwab, Chairman of World Economic Forum
The Japanese-owned ship, MV Wakashio, was on its way from China to Brazil when it ran aground on the reef at Pointe d’Esny, south of Mauritius on July 25, and began to leak tons of oil into the pristine Indian Ocean.
In recent years, inflation has been a persistent concern for economies around the world, with central banks and policymakers grappling to maintain price stability.
Saudi Arabia received on Wednesday an Iranian delegation, which came to reopen the diplomatic missions in the kingdom as well as the head of the Syrian diplomacy.
The anxiety that India is losing control in the Subcontinent is not new. Time & again, it has been proven that India’s relations with its neighbors will always be about carefully managing the inevitable difficulties that arise.
The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat, with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 11,700 years ago.
Greenland’s ice sheet lost an estimated 600 billion tonnes The…
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.
British parliamentarians barred Boris Johnson from Parliament, validating an overwhelming report on Monday evening, the conclusion of which is that the former prime minister lied to Parliament about the Partygate affair.
On June 28, 2022, the three-day group of seven (G7) summit came to an end in Elmore castle, Bavaria, Germany.
In recent years, Saudi Arabia has emerged as a shining star in the realm of economic development, rapidly transforming its economy and diversifying its sectors.
Koran burnings and Kurdish protests have angered Turkey, which refuses to ratify Stockholm’s entry into the Atlantic Alliance. The global outrage over the burning of the Koran a week ago in front of a central Stockholm mosque could not have come at a worse time for Sweden.
As the island of Taiwan prepares for its presidential election, tensions between the United States and China are approaching a critical point.
Demonstrations took place in Bristol on Sunday 21, against the Government’s new Police, Crime and Sentencing Bill which imposes new restrictions on the right to protest, which passed its second reading in UK Parliament last Tuesday, March 16, and would see an increase in police powers, including allowing a start and finish time to be imposed on demonstrations.
On Wednesday, in a historic online ceremony, Nicaragua and China signaled a new era of economic cooperation by signing a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (FTA).