Economy

The United States is in need of economic recovery. Many parts of the country has been in decline since after the Second World War. Sove have even been in Simple solutions like tax breaks and urban enterprise zones simply will ...

  I was longing for purchasing a P30 pro yet all of a sudden on fifteenth May 2019, Donald Trump messaged me through a press conference session not to buy that since the USA has given a sanction over it. ...

In February 2014, following the Euromaidan protests which led to the fall of Yanukovych, Russia started a set of intrusions in the Ukrainian territory, with the annexation of Crimea after a contested referendum and following by ongoing hybrid conflict in ...

In the light of the spreading globalization, states have realized that in the present circumstances it is not a rationale option to stay in isolation and that they need to work together and integrate into a network that would bring ...

India is among the top emerging economies of the world; Standard Chartered economists led by David Mann predicted that India likely to surpass U.S to be world’s second largest economy by 2030. Emerging markets (E7) could grow around twice as fast ...

Though sanctions are not particularly effective as many political scientists believe, they have become a common diplomatic tool for nations especially after the end of Cold War. Nations and nongovernmental agencies use sanctions as a tool to influence or punish ...

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) sharply lowered its growth forecasts for the euro zone as its German engine shows serious signs of weakness while Italy seems set for stagnation. The Eurozone should see its gross domestic product grow by only ...

British Prime Minister Theresa May blamed members of Parliament for the need to extend the Brexit deadline, a move that’s already undermined attempts to win support for her Brexit deal. May gave a brief speech on Wednesday, hours after she had asked ...

YoungDiplomats decided to publish the list of the 10 most powerful man according to Forbes. Most of the people on the list are from governments or related to policy. Nevertheless, two of them are strictly tied with business and Bill ...

Japan’s GDP represents 7.86 per cent of the world’s economy. The country had one of the G7’s lowest GDP growth rates over the past 20 years, coming second only after Italy. In 2013, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe introduced pro-growth policies, ...