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Propoganda and its types

Areeja Syed Propaganda can be referred to as an organized effort to influence and control the views, behaviors or action of other people through arguments, signs, memorials, music, attire, badges, coins etc. There is a difference between propaganda and a normal discussion. Propaganda is planned to achieve a …

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Serbian Economy Shrinks as Country Responds to COVID-19

Serbia is expected to face 2.5 percent contraction of its economy in 2020 providing containment measures introduced to fight COVID 19 are lifted by end-June, according to the World Bank’s latest Regular Economic Report (RER). The report uses two scenarios in the face of high uncertainty brought on …

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The United States, Oil Market, Russia and the Arab World

M. Abaid Manj Man prefers to rule primarily because genetic traits and material evidence hold and compel it. The division of societies is due to his decisions.  On the other hand, guidance from time to time is causing maturity in its manners. It also helps in the aggressive …

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COVID19 and conspiracy theories: A Chinese virus or a bio-weapon?

Amjed Jaaved United States’ president Donald Trump thinks that COVID19 is a `Chinese virus’. Conspiracy theories are making rounds that the virus was compounded in a Wuhan laboratory. Several American politicians, such as Senator Tom Cotton, suggested that the coronavirus is a bioweapon leaked from the Wuhan Institute …

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The new government agreement in Israel

Giancarlo Elia Valori “Bibi” Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving Prime Minister, will remain in post for another 18 months. All this happens while “Benny” Gantz – former Chief of Staff of Tsahal from February 2011 to February 2015, and son of a Jewish woman who escaped from the Bergen Belsen …

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Pandemic threatens to drive wedge into US-Gulf relations

Dr. James M. Dorsey It is early days, but first indications are that the global pandemic is entrenching long-drawn Middle Eastern geopolitical, political, ethnic, and sectarian battle lines rather than serving as a vehicle to build bridges and build confidence. The coronavirus crisis is also changing the region’s …

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World Bank Predicts Sharpest Decline of Remittances in Recent History

Global remittances are projected to decline sharply by about 20 percent in 2020 due to the economic crisis induced by the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown. The projected fall, which would be the sharpest decline in recent history, is largely due to a fall in the wages and employment …

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Why Post-Coronavirus America Will Have Massive Poverty

The way that Congress and the President structured America’s coronavirus bailout legislation, the protections that go to the super-wealthy start immediately, but the protections that go to the neediest — the soaring numbers of unemployed, the increasingly endangered medical workers, etc. — require documentation which is creating delays …

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