President Joe Biden presented the “America Is Back” narrative at the Munich Security Council 2021, plans to improve Trans-Atlantic ties and work closely with US allies.
After over a 100 million cases and 2 million deaths, the global effort to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 began in early December last year. Although more than 40 countries started administering COVID-19 vaccines to their people, few stood apart in terms of their vaccination rates while others faltered despite having all the resources.
From human rights and COVID-19 to climate change and equality, world’s biggest leaders put their expectations forward as they congratulated the Biden-Harris administration on inauguration day.
The ‘in principle’ agreement between EU and China over EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), is significant both from an economic and geo-political standpoint.
While observers focus on Turkey’s growing proximity with Russia, they forget that there are a number of geo-political divergences.
While Washington may have become inward looking, the UK has been taking some important steps in Asia.
Will US President-elect Joe Biden’s Irish roots help turn around Boris Johnson’s hardliner approach towards Brexit negotiations?
Reactions, from world leaders, to the outcome of the US Presidential election have been varied.
Political leadership is under increasing pressure to control the spread of the deadly virus and limit the panic amongst people.
Stock Markets across US, Europe and Asia fell after the Trump was diagnosed with coronavirus. However, investors should not panic but learn from the virus bouts of UK’s Boris Johnson and Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro.