Media Watch

'19Jan
13

The World Economy in 2018

In 2018, the world's economy found itself impacted by President Donald Trump’s nationalist populism (from the right, to make it clear) who, for possibly Freudian reasons, clings to the notion that “the world has...
'19Jan
13

World News Quick Take

AUSTRIAArmy rescues studentsTroops on Friday airlifted a group of German students stranded at a snowbound ski resort, as emergency services scrambled to clear record snowfall across large parts of the country. The...
'19Jan
13

World News Quick Take

AUSTRIAArmy rescues studentsTroops on Friday airlifted a group of German students stranded at a snowbound ski resort, as emergency services scrambled to clear record snowfall across large parts of the country. The...
'19Jan
13

World News Quick Take

AUSTRIAArmy rescues studentsTroops on Friday airlifted a group of German students stranded at a snowbound ski resort, as emergency services scrambled to clear record snowfall across large parts of the country. The...
'19Jan
13

Venezuela's crazy economics

As president of Venezuela from 1999 to 2013, Hugo Chávez had undeniable successes, especially in reducing poverty. He also achieved unexpected results, including economic growth: GDP increased fivefold between 1999...
'19Jan
12

2019: Trump’s Foreign Policy Needs To Be Interpreted Correctly

As we transition into a new year, it is important to be able to properly read and respond to President Donald Trump’s foreign policy. The criticism that his foreign policy is inconsistent and lacking principles is...
'19Jan
12

The government shutdown is hurting America’s diplomats — and diplomacy

As the partial government shutdown stretches on with no clear end in sight, it’s affecting US embassy staff around the world — and making it harder for the US to conduct diplomacy abroad.Many of the State...
'19Jan
12

U.S. starts withdrawing supplies, but not troops, from Syria

Washington • The U.S. military says it has started pulling equipment, but not troops, out of Syria as a first step in meeting President Donald Trump’s demand for a complete military withdrawal. The announcement...
'19Jan
12

Government shutdown becomes longest in US history

THE US GOVERNMENT shutdown that has left 800,000 federal employees without salaries as a result of President Donald Trump’s row with Democrats over building a Mexico border wall entered a record 22nd day today.The...
'19Jan
12

Huawei arrests in Poland show how Trump-China tensions test Europe

WARSAW/BEIJING - As Poland added to the global scrutiny of Huawei Technologies Co. on Friday with the arrest of a company employee and a local former security agent, the country’s authorities also exposed the...

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