Leaders of the UK’s financial sector are alarmed that the government’s negotiating proposals will place the City of London at a major disadvantage.
The fear is that the loss of independence will boost New York, Singapore and other financial centres. … Read the rest
The British government’s threats and actions against Russian oligarchs could bring in their wake the Law of Unintended Consequences.
The aim is to clamp down on oligarchs who are close to President Vladimir Putin’s regime. The retaliatory move is based … Read the rest
“Shock & Awe” bombing campaign was an overwhelming success, but war dragged on
On May 2, 2003, US president George W Bush declared victory over Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq.
The “shock & awe” bombing campaign was an overwhelming success, … Read the rest
State debt at only 12.6 per cent of gross domestic product is fairly impressive considering recent history
RUSSIA has managed to overcome sanctions because of higher oil and gas prices and China’s trade and investment.
In the past year, the … Read the rest