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The Only Game in Town

“Having been forced into being the only game in town, they (Federal Reserve) now find their destiny is no longer entirely or even mostly...

Medellin: A Saga of Civic Transformation

Medellin, Colombia, is the city that best exemplifies the revitalisation of a city. As a direct result of architects' efforts, the public's concept of...

Why are Cryptocurrencies Becoming Popular in Cuba?

A recent report by NBC News has revealed that more than 100,000 Cubans use cryptocurrencies for different purposes. Some use it for everyday activities,...

Don’t Say Bolsonaro is Just Like Trump. He is Much, Much Worse.

The recent inauguration of Jair Bolsonaro as Brazil’s president had sharpened attention on the trend towards right-wing populism in Latin America, drawing parallels to...

The INF Treaty Crisis Creates an Opportunity for a US-less Europe

The world is yet again shocked by the US decision to withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. President Donald Trump demanded...

The Case for a No-First-Use Policy

No individual should have the power to end life as we know it on Earth. Specifically, in the United States, the president is the only...

U.S. Congress Set to Further Rein Back Trump’s Foreign Policy Powers

Trump-era trend of the locus of U.S. foreign policy shifting to the Capitol Hill set to accentuate as Democrats retake control of the U.S....

What is Behind Jair Bolsonaro’s Rise in Brazil?

Almost the entire world has heard about Jair Bolsonaro by this moment, the most likely next president of the Latin American largest country. He...

Pence’s Powerful Speech Brings Out the Chinese Nationalists

The trade war initiated by the United States has caused panic to the Trump Administration in the run-up to the midterm election. When President...

CVID vs FFVD: An Incoherent Denuclearization Foreign Policy That is Playing to North Korea’s Time Delaying Tactics

Ever since the Singapore summit on June 12, 2018, the United States has not been clear on which path to denuclearization it intends to...

Elections in Brazil: High Uncertainty, But Any Room for Real Change?

On October 2018, Brazilians will vote not only for their next president, but also all members of the lower house of congress, two-thirds of...

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Unveiling the Dark Side of Microfinance

For many, microfinance is a celebrated concept to tackle...

India and Its Recent Strategic Posture

In this world of all against all, India’s goal...

UAE’s Soft Power and Its Potential as a Cricketing Hub

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has managed to emerge...

The Only Game in Town

“Having been forced into being the only game in...

Sri Lankan Crisis: Where are the International Money Lenders?

The debt crisis for developing countries is not a...