|Does Rahul Gandhi have the fortitude to|
make it in Indian politics?
|Little has been mentioned in this article about Chinese|
colonialism in Africa, but has been mentioned in this blog
before. China is rapidly expanding their influence in
Africa to keep a steady supply of raw resources.
|Empty streets, buildings are the indicators of a Chinese|
ghost city. Quite eerie.
|The Chinese military has been attacking the United States|
|Pakistan needs reform to counter religious extremism that|
is preventing economic growth.
- Japan will battle deflation through 2013 as already seen in the news, with full support from Western countries. This will not be an easy task, and Japan most likely will see increased volatility as the Central Bank struggles for control
- China will have to introduce more sustainable policies under Mr. Xi, resulting in lower growth targets. Additionally, the abysmal environmental conditions will have to be addressed by the Chinese government instead of silencing whistle blowers.
- Indian politics leading to the election of 2014 will prevent progressive policies from being introduced by Mr. Singh, and as a result hinder foreign investment leading to a failure in meeting growth targets.
- Worries of Pakistan instability will increase around the world as the country’s rulers slowly lose control of the divisive factions of the country. Extremism will drive continual violence preventing economic growth, and could force the IMF to introduce sanctions should Pakistan’s government not be able to control their population.