The effects of the Ukraine crisis are now beginning to appear in food plates across the world as sunflower oil, which the East European nation accounts for 80 percent of global production together with Russia, has become the most sought-after commodity.
The newly elected President of South Korea, Yoon Suk-yeol, who is set to take the reign of Asia's fourth-largest economy soon, is set to face tough challenges due to economic slowdown because of the Ukraine crisis.
The Ukraine crisis has hurt an import-reliant Japan, forcing households and companies to shell out more for food and fuel at a time when the East Asian nation was looking to resuscitate its sluggish COVID-19-battered economy.
India's vast grocery business is caught in a protracted legal battle with global e-commerce giant Amazon, whose CEO is one of the richest persons on the planet, and Reliance Retail, India's largest retailer chain in terms of revenue, vying for the numero uno position in Asia's second-largest economy.
In order to fulfill its energy needs in the wake of the ban on Russian oil, the U.S. started to court Venezuela's Maduro, considered untouchable until now.
A movie about the systematic ethnic cleansing of Hindus and their exodus from Kashmir, the Himalayan flashpoint between nuclear-armed neighbors India and Pakistan, has reopened old wounds in India and ignited conversations about a topic that is considered largely off-limits by the self-styled guardians of secularism in the country's mainstream media.
China is the biggest winner of the isolate Russia campaign by the West which has made the oil-rich Russian economy pariah.
Right from abstaining to vote against Russia in the UN, to sending relief material to Ukraine, India has so far managed to perform the impeccable balancing act on the Russia-Ukraine crisis which seems to have divided the world.
After its major banks were axed from the dollar-based SWIFT payment system in response to the Ukraine invasion, Russia is banking on China's Cross-border Interbank Payment System (CIPS) for its international trade
Russia's invasion of Ukraine last week has thrown open a lucrative arms market before weapons manufacturers worldwide and their share prices have skyrocketed.
India has dispatched a high-level ministerial team to oversee rescue operations following reports of mistreatment of Indian students in war-torn Ukraine.
Choosing sides in the Ukraine crisis comes naturally to the US allies like Saudi Arabia, India, and UAE, but the robust ties with Russia forced them to strike a balance.
With the rollout of the Green Hydrogen Policy Feb. 17, India has set the wheels in motion towards its energy transition with the development of green hydrogen as well as green ammonia to meet its climate targets.
Religion has come to play a major role in the ongoing provincial elections in India as a mahant (monk) from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party is seeking re-election as chief minister of a crucial provincial state in northern India.
The $500 million aid from U.S.-based Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has caused confusion and din in the Himalayan country which is majorly under Chinese influence.
Since the humiliating Afghan debacle by the U.S. in August 2021, new world order is shaping up. In fact, the U.S. sanctions against Russia and China have ended up helping them rather than hurting them.
The Arab solidarity with the Palestine cause is a relic of the past and the Palestinian leadership, which historically defended its position based on a collective Arab vision, is now left orphaned and abandoned.
China is fully aware of the fact that the U.S. cannot handle the two-front confrontations with both China and Russia simultaneously and go unscathed.
At the fourth QUAD foreign ministers' meeting in Melbourne Feb. 11, involving the US, Australia, India, and Japan, vaccine delivery, critical and emerging technologies, and the global security environment - all aimed at China -- will be discussed and will be put into action.
The Elon Musk-owned Tesla is having a bumpy ride in India as the government is insisting on making Tesla cars domestically while the billionaire entrepreneur wants India to make tax concessions to debut in the Indian market.
India's Ministry of External Affairs on Monday summoned South Korean envoy over automobile firm Hyundai's Pakistan unit's tweet showing solidarity with Kashmir's freedom struggle.
Encouraged by China, Khan is taking a nuclear-powered Pakistan into the Sino-Russia camp after he refused to give the green signal to the US request to set up a military base in Pakistan.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia are now trying to live a life without fossil fuel by integrating their economies with the global market.
Canadians have become the first in the world to take to the street to get rid of the fatigue and division created by government overreach to curb the Covid-19 pandemic.
Vladimir Putin stopped Russia from dancing to Washington's tunes 14 years ago and the Pivot to Asia policy turned topsy-turvy for the US. Now the US is out in the open to teach Russia a lesson with NATO as its flag-bearer.
More than 40 nations have achieved success with Fifth Generation – 5G, the most essential tool of postmodern life, rollout.
Pakistan's inconsistent growth rate, rising debt payments, increasing current account and fiscal deficits, and poor security scenario are giving sleepless nights to its premier literally.
Sri Lanka linked mega infrastructure projects with tourism and is paying a heavy price for it. But rising to the occasion, China, India, and Japan may come to the rescue of the debt-ridden vital nation.
Reckless finance is nothing new. Under its monopolistic rule, Wall Street makes merry while main streets suffer and the new inequality is different because today's rich do not exploit the poor, they just outcompete them.
Six years into the Yemen war and the loss of tens of thousands of innocent Yemenis, the Saudi-led coalition which backs Yemen’s internationally recognized government against the Houthis in the civil war, is going for tit-for-tat.
The focus of this year’s five-day World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda Virtual Summit, commencing Jan. 17, will be how solutions are put into practice swiftly.
Russia’s commodity-driven economy is on the brink of panic due to the elements of uncertainty that the Kremlin can’t afford to ignore.
Whenever the “new normal” is achieved by nations across the world, the global supply chain network will not look the same and will operate differently than the one the pandemic has uprooted.
Predominantly driven by China, Asia has made stellar progress in solar energy production.
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