Treaty to protect the high seasOn March 10, 2023 by Siri Chandana
The main reason to organize the Ocean Treaty is about two-thirds of the world’s oceans are considered international waters
Will Russia sanctions dethrone “King Dollar”?On March 10, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
However, due to an ongoing war may many nations are considering shifting away from the dollar for trade purposes
Interest Rates likely to increase in the USOn March 9, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
In comparison to last year’s larger interest hikes by the Federal Reserve, it slowed down its speed of interest hikes at the last two meetings, wherein tightening up to 25 basis points was done.
The UK tax authority has prosecuted only eight cases in the past two years for enabling tax evasionOn March 9, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
The decrease in tax evasion enabler prosecutions coincides with increased pressure on HMRC to make up for lost tax income.
Qin Gang, The Chinese Foreign Minister briefs the media on foreign policy, relationsOn March 9, 2023 by Gargi Sharma
China’s newly appointed president, Qin Gang on March 7 held his first press conference after taking up his position.
Assad: Master of ChaosOn March 9, 2023 by Ansar Haider Rizvi
The Syrian crisis owes its origin to the opposition of the local population against the President Bashar-al Assad inheriting power
Iran and Israel – Turning from friends to enemies an era of friendship between Iran and IsraelOn March 9, 2023 by Sahiba Chopra
Before the 1979 revolution in Iran, Israel, and Iran were so close allies that Israel was all set to arm Iran with nuclear missiles.
The United Nations Representation from Kailasa by Vijayapriya NithyanandaOn March 4, 2023 by Sriya Pradhan
A woman named Vijayapriya Nithyananda represented Kailasa as a permanent ambassador to the United Nation.
Switzerland Beating InflationOn March 4, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
Switzerland has managed to keep its inflation rate under control through a combination of prudent monetary policy, sound fiscal policy, and a highly competitive economy.
Report on the US labour marketOn March 4, 2023 by Yash Pratap Singh
The US labour market is still strong, as seen by the 223,000 jobs gained in December 2022, following a downwardly revised growth of 256,000 jobs in November.