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How Donald Trump became Deutsche Bank's biggest headache

How Donald Trump became Deutsche Bank’s biggest headache

Despite settling several charges against it, Deutsche Bank is still being overseen by six independent monitors, making conflicts of interest inescapable.

/ February 20, 2017
Trump's aversion of NATO is hampering US's diplomatic relations with the EU.

European integration coupled with the rise of Donald Trump might just leave NATO’s days numbered

Changing geopolitical dynamics, especially with the rise of Donald Trump, have posed a serious challenge to the existence and authority of the NATO.

/ February 15, 2017
The relationship between Donald Trump and Apple

Trump’s ‘Making America Great Again’ policy allows Apple Inc a free pass in tax returns

Donald Trump's policies regarding tax evasion seem hypocritical at best and deplorable at worst.

/ February 13, 2017

Trumpin’ and thumpin’ back to the 1930s

Will 'making America great again' pave way for yet another international crisis?

/ February 11, 2017
Turmoil due to H-1B visa

H1B visa: Tougher times ahead for Indians heading to the States?

How will the new legislation on H1B visa affect the Indians planning to study or work in the U.S.?

/ February 9, 2017
Trade growth shall wane due to protectonism.

Why has protectionism captured the imagination of policymakers?

No data can accurately explain the recent rise in protectionism. Are we being biased in our current view of trade policies?

/ February 4, 2017
Refugees and Trudeau

For every Trump, there is a Trudeau

Canada has opened its door to refugees, even while the US has enacted legislations to keep them out. Where is our world headed?

/ February 2, 2017

A history of restricted US borders

The executive order by President Trump may seem abrupt or disorderly, however the history reveals that the US is not new to these restrictions.

/ February 1, 2017

Will Trump fulfill America’s dream of epic proportions?

Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th President of America. But will he be able to scrub the melting pot and bring harmony in the American society again?

/ February 1, 2017
Shifting of the US embassy might just spark the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Moving the US embassy to Jerusalem: A ‘move’ against international peace?

Shifting the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem could shatter any chances of peace between Palestine and Israel.

/ January 31, 2017
Golden Gag Rule

The Global Gag Rule: A misfortune embracing women

Donald Trump's bid to resurrect the Global Gag Rule has left millions reeling. Poor women in many countries will have narrower access to contraceptions and health-care services.

/ January 30, 2017
Repealing TPP is the first thing Trump did after taking the office.

Trump scraps the free trade deal. Will Americans survive this isolation?

The authors explore the implications of America's pull-out from the Trans-Pacific Partnership on the globally integrated economic system, with the onset of Trump's era.

/ January 29, 2017
America First – Trump, isolationism and a multipolar world

America First – Trump, Isolationism and a Multipolar world

What does the Trump administration's 'America First' policy mean for an increasingly multi-polar world in which the United States nonetheless has an important role to play?

/ January 28, 2017
Donald Trump

Trump’s ‘Great Game’: Playing Russia Against China?

Trump has decided to put America first. What will be his policy towards Russia and China?

/ January 22, 2017
technology revolution

The convergence of humans and technology

Today the world sits at the convergence of different technologies. But does this give us the much needed transparency and security to our digital lives?

/ January 20, 2017

‘Shrutis’ and ‘Layas’ of America’s new Trump(et) era

Trump's victory added cheer to the nationalist camps across the world. The narrowly defined nationalist outlook of Trump's policies means that the world is going to undergo a rejig.

/ January 19, 2017
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
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
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
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