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India’s Gulf Trade and Ties: How Hindutva Hatred is Harming India’s Economy?

Mr. Narendra Modi has worked tooth and nail to strengthen India’s Gulf trade and ties, in his six years as prime minister. And for the most part, India’s initiatives have been reciprocated well by their regional counterparts. However, over the past weeks, the world has witnessed immense outrage in the Arab world against India over Read More…

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The Looming Global Debt Crisis: Developing Nations at the Extreme Risk

Sri Lanka: The First Domino to Fall? Following weeks of protests and a worsening crisis, Sri Lanka’s prime minister, Mahinda Rajapaksa, announced his resignation. There is no state bankruptcy system, but if one existed, the South Asian country, which is down to its last $50 million (£40 million) in reserves, would be the first to Read More…

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Climate Refugees: Pain of Unseen Victims

Climate change is taking place fast with increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, erratic weather, loss of biodiversity and damaged ecosystems. Millions of people are suffering from damage to their lands, agriculture, livelihood systems and threat to life. Living conditions are becoming treacherous with each passing day. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reminded that Read More…

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Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Why Are Poors Bearing The Brunt Of The War?

A demonstrator cries listening to a national anthem as other rallies with Ukrainian national flags in the centre of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka) The world is already feeling the pain of anti-Russia sanctions, export restrictions, soared energy prices, raw material shortage, supply chain disruptions and refugees exodus.  This shows that not only Read More…

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Russia Sanctions: How is the Most Sanctioned Nation in World Coping with the Measures?

The US, EU, and the UK have put unprecedented economic sanctions and financial panelists on Russia over the Ukraine war, resulting in hundreds of international companies pulling out of the economy, local businesses going bankrupt, and foreign investment frozen. Also Read: Russia Banned From SWIFT: What is SWIFT? What Cutting off Russia Means? Though the Read More…