Category: Policy

Organized crime and the economics

Organized Crime is particularly scary as these organizations have the sophistication to handle large scale business operations, the innovation drive to evade laws in various ways and the bloodlust to gain monopoly and complete power.  Thus they can flex their financial muscles and worry the world. Continue Reading..


Vaibhavi Parmar
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Vaibhavi Parmar

From Zero Problems With Neighbours To Zero Neighbours Without Problems

Before 2011, Turkey was at the zenith of its foreign policy. The foreign minister at that time was Ahmet Davutoglu, who is currently the Turkish Prime Minister after Recep Tayyip Erdogan became President.

Davutoglu was a professor in International Relations and he brought his expertise to the service of the Turkish government. The golden age of Turkish foreign policy began with his innovations. Continue Reading..


Ashwath Komath
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Ashwath Komath

A Peek Into Crisis-Policymaking.

The Great Recession of 2008 and the following sovereign debt crisis in Europe have radically altered the response that government agencies adopt against financial crises.

The primary responsibility to combat a financial crisis lies with the central bank. A central bank monitors the general economic health of a nation and is usually mandated to maintain stable prices and employment level. They also undertake the surveillance of—most of—the financial sector. Continue Reading..


Abhishek Anirudhan
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Abhishek Anirudhan