A New World
The world order that formed after World War II no longer exists.
According to U.S. experts, the most terrible modern weapon that can be deployed in global conflicts are economic sanctions.
Investments and Macroeconomics
Another China’s Big Game
Sadika Hameed, CSIS fellow, Program on Crisis, Conflict and Cooperation spoke with WEJ on the future of the Pakistan-China relations.
By the end of 2014, all of Syria’s chemical weapons and production facilities must be destroyed.
Together, But Not Equal
It is believed that women in the 20th century won equal rights and opportunities. But does this mean that the market values them on an equal basis with men?
Though no country has yet to achieve absolute gender equality, in 2013 the closest were the Northern European nations.
New Challenges For the BRICS
Today America and Europe are the doubtful debtors while China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa have reserves of $5.2 trillion.
Banking and Finance
The World Just Got Kinder
Despite the slowdown in the world economy, the total amount of giving to charity has continued to increase.