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Russia Extreme Measures Unveiled to Rescue the Crumbling Ruble!

On Monday, the ruble crashed to less than a penny, prompting Russia to consider more extreme measures to support it. Bloomberg reported that Kremlin officials discussed requiring companies to sell export revenue. During a meeting between the government and Russian exporters, which are among the country’s few remaining foreign exchange sources, the proposal was discussed.

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The US and China on the Brink of Conflict, America’s Unpreparedness Exposed

Neither side will ever be fully prepared for war in a showdown between the world’s two largest powers. Fighting in a global conflict requires a significant amount of mobilization, and until the fight starts, it is difficult to predict the extent of the resources needed. Relations between the two superpowers continue to deteriorate, even as

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Crude oil prices: What factors have been weighing over them? 

On Tuesday 25th July 2023, crude oil prices were able to stabilize near three-month highs. Much of this stabilization was because traders were waiting for the US Federal Reserve meeting after there have been signs regarding the tighter supplies and assurance by Chinese authorities to shore up their economy. Crude benchmarks have seen 4 consecutive

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China Support for Russia: Is Putin Playing with Fire? Cold War Historian Warns of Potential Consequences

In the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, China has been the country’s strongest ally – but relying on that partnership too heavily could spell trouble for Russian President Vladimir Putin. In part, the desire to curb US power drove Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping to boast about their “no limits” friendship. China has

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A New Era of Collaboration: How Modi and Biden Turbocharged India-US Relations

US President Joe Biden has described India’s relationship with his country as one of the world’s most consequential after a lavish state visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Washington. BBC’s Vikas Pandey and Soutik Biswas explore the factors that contribute to the visit’s potential to strengthen (India-US) bilateral relations. A pomp-filled state visit

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India-Bangladesh-Nepal trilateral electricity diplomacy has a regional implication for South Asia 

India’s efforts in recent years to establish greater electricity connectivity with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka have been successful. India, Nepal and Bangladesh have finalized the draft of the Trilateral Power Trade Agreement. It is Delhi’s efforts to create more energy connectivity with neighboring countries.  The agreement, the first of its kind, has been agreed

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Inflation Woes: Can Governments and Central Banks Save Leading Global Economies?

Inflation is slowly falling, but economic growth continues to be at historical lows. Apart from this, financial risks have increased. That being said, the global economy’s systematic recovery from both pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war remains on track. Much of this support comes from China as the country’s economy continues to rebound strongly. Supply chain disruptions

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US miscalculated initiative in Bangladesh contradicts the interests of the US and South Asia

On June 16, Indian journalist ABM Nasir wrote an opinion piece titled ‘The misguided initiative of the United States’ in the popular Indian newspaper Millennium Post. Considered relevant to Bangladesh, the important part of the article is important for the South Asian readers, policymakers, diplomats. However, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced a new

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Russia’s Economy at Risk: How Fighting Beyond Ukraine is Impacting Business

Fighting threatens to stall Russia’s economy as fighting spills over into border regions, causing tens of thousands to flee. Some Russian cities, such as Kursk and Krasnodar, have also experienced drone strikes. A dozen Russians have been killed. The Russian economy’s growth outlook for 2023 may be lowered to 0.8% as a result of full-scale

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The Devastating Impact of the Kakhovka Dam Attack on Ukraine’s Energy Infrastructure

A huge kakhovka dam has been destroyed in the Russian-controlled area of southern Ukraine, causing a flood. The Ukrainian military accuses Russia of blowing up the dam, while Russian officials blame the Ukrainians. Communities in the surrounding areas are currently being evacuated due to fears of catastrophic flooding. So far, we know the following. What

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