Saudi Arabia/Qatar: What does the end of the boycott signal?

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January 26 by The Analytical On 5 January 2020, BBC News reported how Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani was embraced by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit in the historic city of al-Ula. At…

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Australia-China Economic and Trade Relations Are Heading for a Hard Reset

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December 18- Amid worsening geopolitical tensions, the economic relationship will never be the same again. What will the new normal look like? By Chan Kung and He Jun December 16, 2020 Credit: Flickr/ Michael Liu Bilateral relations between China and Australia are deteriorating rapidly. The most…

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Federal agency GSA won’t approve transition of power; Zoom deceived users: FTC

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November 10- Federal agency (General Service Agency (GSA) won’t approve transition of power any time soon, until the due process of election result is confirmed. NTD Business News- 11/9/2020 1. NTD Statement on Presidential Election 2. Counting Legal Votes a Priority For…

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Socialism Sucks!

Socialism Sucks!

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November 8- Socialism Sucks: Two Economists Drink Their Way Through the Unfree World by Robert Lawson and Benjamin Powell is an excellent take on why socialism always fails. In fact, it’s a pretty novel take, one that I hadn’t considered before: socialist countries can’t…

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Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be

Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be

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Sept 25- Sino-Russian Economic Cooperation in Central Asia is Not What It Seems to Be China and Russia are partners in Central Asia, but their cooperative efforts are not as robust as they often claim. By Varshini Sridhar September 23, 2020 When China-Central…

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Milton Friedman Answers Smartly!

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Sept 12- Free to Choose writes: “In this classic Free To Choose Network footage (1978), Milton Friedman takes three questions from an audience member and crushes them all. The real problem is, that as we move from the local community to the…

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Turkey vs Greece: Is Erdogan willing to risk war? | To the Point

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Sept 06- Turkish President Erdogan’s foreign policy is growing more aggressive. Is a war between NATO allies over Mediterranean natural gas loomng? Our guests: Galip Dalay (Analyst), Yasemin Ergin (freelance Journalist), Cagri Özdemir (DW) Courtesy- DW News

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