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Daily Current Affairs – 14 December 2016

India world’s 4th largest Defence spender Topic: Defence According to IHS Jane’s Defence Budget report, India stands at 4th place regarding Defence spending. In the list, USA stands at 1st place followed by China and UK at 2nd and 3rd place respe...
by ExamFlip on Dec 14, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 13 December 2016

Centre Govt. to launch National Resource Centre Vanjeevan for Tribal Livelihood. Topic: Human Resource The Union Ministry of Tribal Affairs is going to will launch “Vanjeevan,” the National Resource Centre (NRC) for Tribal Livelihood issues in Bh...
by ExamFlip on Dec 12, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 9 December 2016

India Designated As Major US Defense Partner Topic: International Relations In a major boost to India’s defense sector the US designated India as the major defense partner. Earlier the status was provided only to NATO countries and US treaty allie...
by ExamFlip on Dec 9, 2016

A Crisis Made in Taiwan?

Trump’s phone call with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan on Friday generated headlines screaming that Trump had broken with decades-old One China policy. It was the first known contact between a U.S. president (or, in [...] The post A Crisis Ma...
by Politics As Unusual on Dec 8, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 8 December 2016

MoU signed to Strengthen Bilateral Relations Topic: International Relations India and the UK to support Ease of Doing Business in India UK Prime Minister: Theresa May Key Points: Sharing of best practices, technical assistance and enhanced implement...
by ExamFlip on Dec 8, 2016

Daily Current Affairs – 5 December 2016

India Qatar Signed bilateral agreement India – Qatar has signed five key agreements in the fields of visas, cyberspace, and investments. The key agreement signed between Indian PM and his counterpart Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Bin Khalifa Al Thani.
by ExamFlip on Dec 5, 2016

The Aftermath of Brexit - Which way do we go from here?

Like many of my peers, I woke up yesterday to the EU referendum results and a good stab of shock. My next reaction was that 51.8% of the 72% of registered voters (who then only make up roughly 70% of the population) was definitely not enough for a co...
by La Lingua on Jun 25, 2016

Refugee crisis and Europe - What is the way forward?

The world is too small to allow even a tiny part of it to step towards skepticism and melancholia. Economic impact would be disastrous at far off regions from the affected places due to intricate dependencies. Political impact would also be a reality...
by yathaarthaM vadaami on May 14, 2016

What Terrorists Want - and How to Stop Them Getting It

Source In order to talk sensibly about terrorism we have to acknowledge its rationality. Set aside the armchair psychologising and Muslim blaming that goes on after every atrocity or ISIS video. That low grade psychobabble turns tragic events into...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Mar 24, 2016

Turkey improves conditions for foreign investment in 2016

Turkey is set to become more appealing to foreign investors in coming months, thanks to reforms announced by the Government that are designed to improve the country’s investment environment. At the same time, new figures from Deloitte Turkey reveal...
by Spot Blue on Jan 12, 2016

Turkey improves conditions for foreign investment in 2016

Turkey is set to become more appealing to foreign investors in coming months, thanks to reforms announced by the Government that are designed to improve the country’s investment environment. At the same time, new figures from Deloitte Turkey reveal...
by Spot Blue on Jan 12, 2016

The Brain Gain: Why Smart People Should be Encouraged to Leave Developing Countries

Guest post by Denise Coenegracht Skilled workers emigrating from developing countries are good for us, but bad for the developing countries At least, according to the received wisdom. When considering the facts, a different picture emerges. One w...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Jan 4, 2016

Rich countries are not to blame for global warming but they should still pay more to stop it

An unfortunate side effect of the moralisation of global warming is the blame game. A large number of people seem to think it makes sense to address the enormous problem of global warming by putting various rich countries on trial for their crimes ag...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Dec 5, 2015

November 11: Whitlam's Dismissal and the CIA

Maintaining my rage with a reprise of a 2010 post about the Whitlam government's dismissal and the role of United States:The question in my post WikiWobbles: What is Julia Gillard Thinking? about what US cables might have revealed about the dismissal...
by Labor View from Bayside on Nov 11, 2015

Spot Blue International Property wins ‘Best Website’ accolade at European Property Awards

Spot Blue International Property has been awarded a top Five Star rating and crowned ‘Best Real Estate Website – Turkey’ at the prestigious European Property Awards, confirming the company’s position as a leader in today’s highly compet...
by Spot Blue on Sep 23, 2015

Govt of Pakistan National School of Public Policy-Lahore

Here at this page we provide you Govt of Pakistan National School of Public Policy Lahore Jobs 2015. Jobs in National School of Public Policy […] The post Govt of Pakistan National School of Public Policy-Lahore appeared first on PkVacancy.
by PkVacancy on Jul 6, 2015

Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei Said ‘Death to America’. So, What?

As the peaceful negotiations over a nuclear deal with Iran happily make their way to a resolution, many opponents of the current deal (or any deal with Iran) raise irrelevant alarm bells over some of the rhetoric that emanates from the Iranian leader...
by Sparking the Left on Apr 9, 2015

The Asshole Theory of International Relations: Why some countries are so ghastly and what to do about them

Some countries are assholes. They trample on international norms about human rights, maritime boundaries, climate change conventions, and so on. They repeatedly make and break promises and then complain indignantly and even violently if they are chal...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Mar 17, 2015

Editorial | Does Geek Culture Hold the Answers to National Security?

For this post, I collaborated with Hannah Givens, from Things Matter (which you should totally check out).  Our mutual love of international relations shines through everything we do, apparently. Technological innovation raises some obvious questio...
by Therefore I Geek on Nov 17, 2014

Federation of Kenya Employers Industrial Relations Officers Vacancy

The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) is the national umbrella organization for employers in Kenya and its key mandate is to promote the interests of employers.  FKE seeks to ensure that national labour and social policy provides an environment fa...
by Kenyan Jobs and Vacancies on Oct 29, 2014


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