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Steam’s open-door policy starts trouble with the Brazilian government

Valve, the company behind the Steam gaming platform, is currently under investigation by the Brazilian government after allowing a controversial game to be sold on its platform. While the platform’s r... read more

Where Is China On The Map Exactly?

The problem ... to be losing steam? Yes. The Chinese government has acknowledged many times that in order to introduce the market-based reforms needed to sustain long-term growth and stop piling on mo... read more

‘Nepal has an outdated bureaucracy’

If this leftist government fails to resolve problems soon, ultra-right regressive forces will return to the political scene. Just see what has happened in Brazil. The country was ... to mobilise inves... read more

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Currency Risk Mounts as U.S. Dollar Rises

The trend picked up steam in August 2018, with Venezuela issuing a new currency, the bolivar soberano, in an attempt to bolster its collapsing economy. The collapse was a long time coming. Following t... read more

The New Face of Global Christianity: The Emergence of ’Progressive Pentecostalism’

The Pew Forum interviewed Dr. Donald Miller of the University of Southern California in conjunction with a roundtable on pentecostalism it co-sponsored with the Pacific Council on International Policy ... read more

ISIS recruiter who radicalised London Bridge attackers was protected by MI5

Despite being placed on an EU-wide watchlist, he managed to enter Britain without problems. Several sources who spoke ... from 2011 to around early-2013, MI5 operated an ‘open door’ policy for Britons ... read more

OPEC Has Regained Its Grip On Oil Markets

Or has the steam been let ... nationwide protests in Brazil from the trucking industry led the government to slash diesel prices. The government has promised to compensate Petrobras for forcing it to ... read more

John Ivison: Trudeau has a chance to play statesman by bringing the U.S. and China together on trade

Roland Paris, a professor of international relations at the University of Ottawa and former adviser to the Trudeau government, said it is a “natural role for a middle power.” The history of the WTO su... read more

Africa: The Truth About the Libyan Conflict and Consequences for the Continent

We know that President Lula de Silva (former president of Brazil ... problem is that, Gaddafi has refused to privatize the oil wells and so exercises effective control. That is dangerous, in the same ... read more

Oil Edges Higher On Iran Fears

Total SA (NYSE: TOT) has walked away from the $5 billion South Pars gas project, but is having trouble ... field. Brazil announced a relaxing of local content rules for the Libra oil field, paving the ... read more

On Fareed Zakaria GPS, the problem with U.S. education

And he said let me tell you the number one driver of our success was our “open door policy.” It was the fact that ... And part of the problem is — goes back to we start with so little time to begin wi... read more

Weekly Commentary: 'Whatever They Want' Coming Home To Roost

October 26 - Bloomberg: "Investors are turning up the temperature on Chinese policy makers ... Lima): "The winner of Brazil's presidential election this Sunday will inherit a near-record stockpile of ... read more

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