• 17 October 2018

News Analysis

Brexit’s “Key issues” Geopolitics

Brexit’s “Key issues”

The UK and EU say key issues remain unresolved following unscheduled Brexit talks in Brussels. On June 23rd, 2016, Britain narrowly voted to leave the European Union, stunning Europe and the world in general. The EU employs a set of policies for its 28-member states that aim to ensure the free movement off...

Bridgewater warns Federal Reserve General Interest

Bridgewater warns Federal Reserve

Bob Prince, the co-Chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund expects more market turbulence as the US economy begins to cool. The United States is the largest economy in the world in terms of nominal GDP. The U.S. GDP was estimated to be $18.46 trillion in 2016. The U.S. dollar..

UNESCO committed to Palestine World

UNESCO committed to Palestine

UNESCO’S 59-member executive board approved by consensus, two resolutions with regard to the status of Jerusalem and the Israeli – Palestinian conflict in general. UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) is known for its work to preserve heritage, including maintaining a list of World Heritage sites, and...

China opts for Canadian Oil World

China opts for Canadian Oil

Canadian oil producers are finding new ways to access the growing Asian oil market. Looming supply from Venezuela has led to China approaching Canada to feed their demand. Significantly, Canadian oil is over 60 per cent cheaper than U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate and global marker Brent. Oil reserves in Canada at the...

China legalises Uyghur internment camps World

China legalises Uyghur internment camps

Amid heightened international criticism, Chinese authorities have legitimised the use of internment camps where up to a million Uyghur Muslims are being held. Beijing has detained close to a million Uighurs, an ethnic Muslim population of China’s Western Xinjiang Province. The Uighurs are predominantly...

Facebook purges over 800 US accounts spewing political spam Technology

Facebook purges over 800 US accounts spewing political spam

Facebook said it has removed hundreds of United States-based accounts and pages for violating its anti-spam policies. The social media giant’s announcement comes just a month before the US congressional midterm elections. Social media company Facebook has been under scrutiny..

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