Tag: Donald trump

Arun Jaitley ready for the budget

Challenges to the Union Budget 2017

The upcoming Union Budget poses some unique challenges for the Finance Minister. Will he choose to ride the wave of populism?

/ January 13, 2017
Should we not hope for humanity from the current Governments?

Is there no hope left for humanity?

If we look at the current financial scenario, it seems we as a society are going to struggle both locally and globally.

/ January 7, 2017
Climate Change

The Arab Spring, Brexit and Trump: What’s common?

Can the tumultuous events of the last decade have more in common than what's projected?

/ January 7, 2017
Carbon emissions

There are bigger threats to climate than a Trump’s presidency

White House policies have had minimal impact on global warming and climate change. The real deal is the shift in America's position in international affairs.

/ January 4, 2017
Members of the UN Security Council vote on the UN resolution 2334 to stop illegal Israeli settlements on December 23, 2016, at UN headquarters in New York.

Is the UNSC resolution on Israeli settlements a geopolitical nightmare?

The UNSC Resolution on Israeli settlements is the most recent development in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. How will it impact global diplomacy and geopolitics?

/ January 2, 2017
Barrack Obama

Obama’s oil embargo: Revisiting the economy vs environment debate

The recent moves by Obama administration to reorient US environmental policies and protection of biodiversity hot-spots by imposing an oil embargo churns the age old debate of economy vs environment.

/ December 23, 2016

Why aren’t the U.S. Treasury securities ‘treasured’ anymore?

Why have the United States Treasury securities become undesirable to such an extent that foreign investors are offloading them?

/ December 23, 2016

US has chosen its Electoral College. Will the latter choose Trump?

The Electoral Colleges have been insignificant in the US elections until now. This time, however, they may turn the game around for 'President-elect' Trump.

/ December 20, 2016
Central Federal Reserve and Trump

Will Trump’s Presidency revolutionize the Federal Reserve at the cost of its independence?

With his never-ending critique of the Federal Reserve, President Trump seems to have an intention of putting an end to 'central banking' as we know it.

/ December 13, 2016
Donald Trump

These are the seven things President-elect Trump needs to do

Which set of policies should be ideally adopted by the new President-elect Donald Trump in order to fix the governance of America?

/ December 11, 2016
Xi Jinping and Donald Trump

“Cooperation is the only correct choice” – Xi Jinping

After being castigated throughout the US relations, China's president attempts to relieve the tense relations with Trump.

/ December 11, 2016

Freedom of press no more, says Trump

With Donald Trump as President Elect, is it time for America to witness an all new season of seditious libel?

/ December 10, 2016

How America lost the race of Free Trade policy to China

Try, persist, persevere - Beijing's logic behind its push for an Asia Pacific free trade area.

/ December 4, 2016

The rise of anarchist leaders across the world makes us ask: Has democracy failed?

Expanding presidential powers could pave the way for Trump's policies. But can it be for good?

/ November 27, 2016

Americans have sent a clear message: No more sweet talking politicians

With the declaration of the US election results, today the world is curious to know whether Trump will spell doom or boom?

/ November 19, 2016
Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton has always been body shamed. Suprisingly, it is the feminists who do so

Politicians are renowned for engaging in dirty wars. What is noteworthy is that a lot of it is being done by women – feminists mostly.

/ November 19, 2016

Three take-aways from Trump’s epic win, and a fourth as a bonus to EU

Key lessons which can be drawn from Donald Trump's playbook that helped him conquer the masses and win the presidential campaign.

/ November 18, 2016
Donald Trump's reality show, 'The Apprentice'

From ‘The Apprentice’ to Mr. President – Trump’s big leap

How did Donald Trump's reality show did the groundwork of his presidential campaign?

/ November 18, 2016

Trump and the triumph that wasn’t meant to be

The controversial and unexpected election of Donald Trump as the President of the United states may be either a vote for growth and prosperity, or for global doom.

/ November 18, 2016

The 2016 US Presidential Elections — Impressions of a marginal academic

The last eight years have made the liberals loose sight of their humanistic vision. Could this be what ultimately determined the choices made in this election?

/ November 12, 2016
Modi and Trump

Does Trump still view India as a ‘job-stealer’?

With Donald Trump becoming the newly elected President of the United States , will the US-India ties strengthen or weaken?

/ November 11, 2016

What can we expect from the new President?

The Trump Ascendancy: What do we make of it?

/ November 11, 2016

Is Populism Worth Giving a Shot?

In the name of populism, is selecting a rationally wrong person correct?

/ November 11, 2016
Dan Steinbock

When all were riding the Hillary wave, he had predicted a Trump win months ago

While the whole world was shocked at the 'Trump triumph', we bring for you an experts insight into why a large part of America still distrusts the Clintons.

/ November 10, 2016
Trump Supporters

Making America nasty again?

With the elections coming to an end, the America dream has surfaced as a fractured, horrific reality sold by Trump

/ November 10, 2016

The US elections have proved it yet again. Showmanship sells

Can rockstars and glitzy celebrities be qualified enough to run as the head of the states? Trump proves that it's all about the hysterics and drama.

/ November 10, 2016
Trump support was polled at 15 per cent in Australia, 8 per cent in Germany, 5 per cent in Mexico, 4 per cent in Spain, and 3 per cent in Jordan, Japan and South Korea.

The ‘Ugly American’ returns

The saying that “those in glasshouses should not throw stones” is something that never occurs to Trump.

/ November 9, 2016
Donald Trump

We used Artificial Intelligence to find ten historical leaders most similar to Trump

We took 1000 prominent leaders from world history and used artificial intelligence to find out the most similar leaders to Donald Trump.

The US election

The D-day is here. Trump or Clinton?

Finally we're here at the end of one of the most dramatic US presidential election races. Who'll emerge victorious and how will it affect India?

/ November 8, 2016

Will ambivalence be the ‘Trump’ card for Clinton?

With a major portion of the population still undecided, is ambivalence going to play the key role in the US Presidential elections?

/ October 22, 2016