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The Great Democracies’ New Harmony

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited US President Barack Obama to attend his country’s Republic Day ceremonies earlier this year, it signaled an important change in relations between the world’s two biggest democracies. 923 more words


Back to Fundamentals in Emerging Markets

Following 15 years of hype, a new conventional wisdom has taken hold: emerging markets are in deep trouble.

Many analysts had extrapolated rapid growth in countries such as Brazil, Russia, Turkey, and India into the indefinite future, calling them the new engines of the world economy. 1,006 more words


Challenged nations online: A bit of fun or a successful aid?

Good-to-know statisitics

7.360 billion active users on this social network called Earth. Out of this population, approximately 43% (3.186 billion people) have Internet access. As of January this year, … 572 more words

Developing Nations

Peace and Development

Nations of the world are inseparably linked economically and other factors. The instability of one can lead to the instability of another. For example, if you have an economic meltdown in one country then other nations will be affected. 507 more words

Reuben Egolf

How Cellphones Are Solving Hunger

Do you ever wonder how WFP determines which communities worldwide are suffering from chronic hunger—and how best to help them? The answer is an acroynym:  397 more words

Innovation & Tech

A Comparative Study of BRICS Countries

Siddharth Singh

M.A. (Eco), Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi


Today the world dynamics are changing. The importance of developing nations is increasing significantly in this 21st century. 64 more words

Business, Commerce And Economy

A Better Tomorrow Begins in our Present

I hear the call of many saying let’s go back and rebirth our past because that is the antidote for our present crisis. That crisis being moral, financial, or a weakening overall of a nation in its global voice. 740 more words