Posts tagged economics
Rethinking the Definition of Work

If you love what you do and enjoy every single second of it, can it still be considered work?

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Expensive Zip-Codes: China’s Burgeoning Real Estate Market in First-Tier Cities

In the world’s second largest economy, real estate plays a substantial role for both commercial and private investment: due to lack of diversity in investment strategy, the private real estate market in China has become a favored path for private owners trying to maintain and invest their assets.

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Pipeline Politics

Critics worry that expanding the combined capacity of the two Nord Stream pipelines will only increase Europe’s reliance on Russia for its energy needs; this dependency is dangerous in a time when relations between Russia and the West are especially heated.

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Heating Up: Tensions in US-India Strategic Defense Partnership

A political dilemma for the United States: embrace hypocrisy for the hand of much needed partnership in the region, or slap harsh economic sanctions and potentially lose a powerful ally.

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