Author: Shreyas Tanna

Incomplete political heritage – PM of Japan

Japan has greatly benefited as a country and globally under the leadership of Shinzo Abe. Abe’s governmental party, Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), has gathered the confidence of the Japanese electorate who are serious about economic improvement and foreign policy. With the help of its ally, Komeito, this government under Abe has provided better and sustainable

The Shocking Fall of Evo Morales

The unexpected resignation of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, is just as surprising as his success towards power was. He successfully broke the trend of Bolivia being ruled by the long chain of white Europeans and he promised to bring an end to racial inequality. He achieved his goals in many aspects. However, unfortunately,

Bacteria to augment global warming, study suggests

Amidst the continuous climate change debate, a new research suggests that bacteria may augment the phenomenon of climate change. A new research published by Imperial College London in Nature Communications reveals that bacteria along with archea (together they form prokaryotes) will adapt better to the rising temperatures due to global warming. Rising temperature is likely

Two of the largest economies of the world are at a risk of recession

Financial specialists have as of late put fears about the pace of worldwide development aside, deciding on good faith on a “stage one” US-China exchange accord. Be that as it may, quieted financial information expected out of Europe this week could change the temperament. Germany may post information Thursday demonstrating that it’s in the downturn.

Trump said that the China supply chain was ‘broken like an egg’ but pleasant trade talks continued

Donald Trump on Saturday professed to have “broken” a key piece of the Chinese economy “like an egg”, yet said exchange talks were, in any case, continuing “pleasantly”. The US would just make an arrangement to end its debate with Beijing, he stated, if the arrangement was directly for America. Addressing journalists at Joint Base