Julian Lee At the point we’re now at, postponing the oil-price war won’t make a lot of difference for an industry that’s already breaking down under the weight of demand destruction. It’s too late to use diplomacy and artful negotiations to share the burden of output cuts that are now inevitable. The pumping free-for-all unleashed…

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Haseeb Saeed There has been a vast fear spread all around the world this time not by deadly weapons, aggressive policies of states, rivalries among regional groups and skirmishes between two countries over a territory but by the COVID-19 only. It has affected the whole world, the developed and developing countries. Globally, its effects can…

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Bobby Ghosh Will the coronavirus crisis do for the Second Arab Spring what the forces of counterrevolution did for the first? Today is the first Friday since October that the public squares of the Middle East and North Africa will be silent. In Iraq, the antigovernment protests that have wracked the country for nearly six…

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Sidra Shafaqat No outdoor activities, No flights, no trains, 6 feet distance that we have to maintain but why? For the reason, that it is time to fight with an invisible enemy ‘COVID-19’. All over the world, the deadly virus is affecting lives of people irrespective of any discrimination between rich or poor economies. World…

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Ayesha Ilyas Ups and downs use to come in everyone’s life. If there is prosperity in our life then there will be problems too because time never remains the same. However, often people get panic when it comes to problems, which lead them to make the wrong decisions because in time of panic, the human…

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Iqbal Khan New York Times has reported that “As coronavirus cases dwindle in China, after its sprawling effort to get a seemingly unstoppable outbreak under control, the country is turning its attention to others around the world — giving Beijing a chance to reposition itself as the global leader in a time of crisis”. China…

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David Fickling For much of the world, oil wealth is a curse. Endowed wit-h ample reserves of hydrocarbons, the likes of Nigeria, Angola, Kazakhs-t-an, Mexico and Venezuela frittered the benefits away. Only in the Persian Gulf has oil been a nation-building blessing. The discoveries of petroleum in the mid-20th century turned an anarchic, desperately poor…

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