Washington’s reliance on economic sanctions has garnered minimal benefits, which has prompted the Biden Administration to move away from coercive measures and instead engage diplomatically through AUKUS.
Americans chase “unicorns,” or start-up companies with a valuation of over $1B USD bringing the magic to America’s economy.
The AU has made great strides towards its purpose, but lack of real political power and alarming dependency on foreign powers may well result in its own demise.
Sub-Saharan Africa and other developing regions suffer from a lack of foreign direct investment. This paper analyzes how democracy and certainty factors in elections impact FDI inflows in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda from 1971-2015.
Gorbachev wanted to create “socialism with a human face.” But in an attempt to save his own country, he was squashed by both his former allies and the new reformers. Uskorenie, perestroika, and glasnost simply pulled away the fragile veil that kept society stifled.
New Zealand acted early and aggressively, and it paid off. However, one subset of the population was hit especially hard: the Indigenous Māori community.
The RCEP was initiated in November 2012 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia by ASEAN with the goal of fostering multilateral trade among the deal’s signatory states and India. While involved in the negotiation process, India withdrew in 2019 over concerns that tariff reductions will harm local producers.
French protests during COVID-19 have been one of the only constants the country could expect in this unprecedented year.
In the face of GCC sanctions, Qatar has persevered, and with its perseverance has come ambition, primarily in the form of a fortuitous alliance with Iran.
With foreign investors pulling out of Latin America’s uncertain economy, China has swooped in to buy these low-cost companies as opposed to pricy European and U.S. American investments.