UN Report Finds High Trade Tensions and Policy Uncertainty Continue to Damage Prospects for Economic Growth
Weaker global growth creates further challenges for sustainable development. UN REPORT 2019 The global economy is experiencing a broad-based growthRead more.
Washington Watch: US Complicity in Israel’s Violations of International Law
I believe that it was Henry Kissinger who described his approach to running Arab-Israeli negotiations as creating the illusion ofRead more.
Stakeholder Coalition Suggests Six Principles for HLPF Review
SDGs Platform A coalition of stakeholders developed a set of principles for the upcoming intergovernmental review of the UN High-levelRead more.
Protesters Clash with Indonesian Police after Election Loss
AP JAKARTA, Indonesia: Supporters of an unsuccessful presidential candidate clashed with security forces and set fire to a police dormitoryRead more.
Women Bring Light to Remote Villages on Islands of Zanzibar
Reuters KINYASINI, Tanzania: A s a single mother, Salama Husein Hajja was low in the pecking order in her villageRead more.
World Economic Situation and Prospects as of Mid-2019
UN REPORT Global growth outlook has weakened, amid unresolved trade tensions and elevated international policy uncertainty, according to the WorldRead more.
How Bonobo Mothers Help their Sons Find Love
AFP WASHINGTON: Anyone who’s experienced a mother pushing them to get a move on and produce grandkids might just sympathizeRead more.
Finance Ministry and UNDP Sign Solar Project Document
SUNA Khartoum – The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning has signed with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) theRead more.
Irrational Equanimity Has Taken over the Markets
John Authers – Bloomberg Let us take a sentimental journey through the Bloomberg terminal. Many of us have spent muchRead more.
Houthi Threat to Holy Sites in Makkah Condemned
Arab News JEDDAH: The Royal Saudi Air Defense Forces intercepted and destroyed two missiles launched from Yemen by Iran-aligned HouthiRead more.
Iraqis Turn to Budding Ecotourism to Save Marshes
AFP CHIBAYISH, Iraq: Thirty years after Saddam Hussein starved them of water, Iraq’s southern marshes are blossoming once more thanksRead more.