The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the developing world the hardest. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the economic outlook has worsened significantly in some emerging market and low-income economies where infections are rising rapidly. Although initially a health crisis, the pandemic has also evolved into a major socioeconomic andContinue Reading

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only hit the health sector but also has led to a downward economic spiral. Tourism is one of the hardest hit sectors during the crisis due to the imposition of a global scale lockdown. One of the major economic challenges in a post pandemic worldContinue Reading

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is a regional financial organization set up by an Agreement endorsed on October 18, 1969, in Kingston, Jamaica, and came into power on January 26, 1970. The Bank was created to provide agreeable economic development and improvement of member nations in the Caribbean and advanceContinue Reading

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheik Hasina held a discussion on the whole range of bilateral ties at a virtual summit on December 17, 2020. Both the leaders had an inclusive discussion on all facets of the bilateral relations and exchange perspectives on regional and globalContinue Reading

Central Africa is a habitat to the world’s second-biggest tropical rainforest zone with more than 240 million hectares (ha). Although the yearly rate of natural forest loss is diminishing in Africa, the Global Forest Resources Assessment (FAO) uncovered an annual loss in the Central African locale of about 3.1 millionContinue Reading

Non-Aligned Movement has emphasised on the need for cooperation among the Member nations to enable the advancement of scientific research, and cooperation in the field of space technologies is an integral part of such research. One of the prominent examples of cooperation in this field recently took place between IndiaContinue Reading

The COVID-19 crisis has not only led to a health crisis in the developing nations but has been also accompanied by a socio-economic and economic fallout. The Non-Aligned Movement, being the largest representative of the developing world, has stressed on devising measures aimed at mitigating socio-economic and environmental fallout fromContinue Reading

Transnational crime in Southeast Asia is a serious issue that should be tackled. For the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the issue of transnational crime comprises drug trafficking, human trafficking, tax evasion, transnational prostitution, piracy, arms smuggling, credit card deception, and corruption. Drug trafficking may be the gravest transnationalContinue Reading

The COVID-19 health crisis has hit the developing world the hardest. Non-Aligned Movement, being the largest collective voice of the developing world, has expressed its concern over the rapid spread of the COVID-19, which poses a major challenge to humanity. On May 4, 2020, a NAM Summit was held inContinue Reading

The Government of Angola created “The Angola Energy 2025,” intending to ensure comprehensive and sustainable development of the nation through balanced dissemination of social and economic activities, intending to advance human development in Angola. It builds up vital worldwide goals and incorporates the 2013 – 2017 Action Plans for Energy.Continue Reading