Punjab, will vote on February 4, 2017, to choose a new government
The lender aims to attract bankers from emerging economies and neighboring countries as trainers
Since the low 2,0148 hit on December 26, the Bankex has risen 12% to settle at 22,566 last week
Alexander Graham Bell once said, “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. Since we’ve already entered a new year, I hope that you’ve been making your goals in preparing for 2017 . Sure, you may not finish or complete every goal but your goal will put you in a better position to handle any
The Obama administration set a new path for foreign entrepreneurs to stay in the U.S. — but will the Trump administration take it away?
In other news, FRBM panel’s recommendation constrains govt’s spending space
Notable increase for rural sector, poverty alleviation likely
The future of Europe will be imperilled if the birthplace of democracy agrees to extradite eight ‘coup plotters’ to Turkey
Hard questions for democracies have piled up with a speed we have yet to take in. After the cold war, westerners asked how to stand up to autocrats. Should we intervene to stop genocide in Bosnia? Or demand sanctions and boycotts to protect the rights of Tibetans? The rise of communist China, Putin’s Russia and Erdoğan‘s Turkey changed the terms of debate. The question was no longer should we intervene, but could we intervene against powers more than able to resist pressure?
Now that the Trump administration has slouched towards Washington to be born and strongmen have muscled their way into the chancelleries of eastern Europe, the question is more basic: how are supposed democracies different from actual dictatorships?