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‘No Politics’ can make a crisis emerge
University of Wisconsin political scientist Kennan Ferguson:
As part of a more extensive interview on his book ‘The Big No’ (University of Minnesota Press, 2022), we asked Kennan Ferguson, professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, about his account of ‘No Politics’ and what it signifies. The whole interview will be soon published by Iran Daily.
Iraqi PM: Political crisis undermining security achievements
Iraq’s caretaker Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi warned that the political crisis in the country is threatening security achievements made in past years.
Sri Lanka appoints nine new cabinet members amid crisis
Sri Lanka appointed nine new cabinet members on Friday, among them ministers for the critical portfolios of health, trade and tourism, as the island nation battles its worst economic crisis in history.
Britons are trading down amid cost of living crisis: McKinsey
British consumers are reacting to the cost of living crisis by trading down in both stores and products, switching from supermarkets to discounters and from branded to lower priced and private label products, a report from consultants McKinsey said on Monday.
Cash-strapped Sri Lanka out of petrol: PM
Crisis-hit Sri Lanka has run out of petrol and is unable to find dollars to finance essential imports, the new prime minister said Monday in an address to the nation.
British cost of living crisis to have severe impact on economic growth: Poll
The rising cost of living in Britain will have a significant impact on the growth of the economy this year. However, it is expected that the Bank of England will still increase interest rates once more this week, marking the fourth time in a row of rising the cost of borrowing, as a Reuters poll revealed.
World Bank, IMF, WTO leaders urge quick action to address food security
The leaders of the International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization and the World Bank called for quick work on a new action plan on food security to be prepared by international financial institutions.
Pakistan’s top court delays decision on political crisis
Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Tuesday delayed its decision on whether Prime Minister Imran Khan and his allies dissolved parliament illegally earlier this week, setting the stage for snap elections.
Iran: Ukraine crisis complicated due to U.S.-led NATO provocations
Tehran denounced the U.S.-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)’s interference in the volatile eastern part of Ukraine, stating that the military alliance’s provocative measures have complicated the situation and led to the sharp escalation of tensions there.
UNESCO warns of crisis in creative sector with 10m jobs lost due to pandemic
Ten million jobs in creative industries worldwide were lost in 2020 as a result of the COVID pandemic, and the increasing digitisation of cultural output means it is harder than ever for artists to make a living, a UNESCO report said.
Iran FM: Martyred envoy favored political solution to Yemen crisis
‘Iran will object to Saudi Arabia’s delayed decision’
Political Desk
Afghanistan's most pressing need is cash: Red Cross
Afghanistan is facing a looming humanitarian crisis as aid organizations struggle with ways to pay doctors, nurses and others on the ground because there is currently no way to transfer salaries to bank accounts there, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
Poland warns migrant crisis could last for years
Poland warned on Wednesday that the crisis on the Belarusian border could last for months or even years, a day after Polish forces used tear gas and water cannon to deter migrants.
Protesters worldwide demand action on climate crisis
Protests took to the streets for a second day in cities around the world as part of a global mobilisation against what campaigners say is a lack of urgency to address global warming at a crunch United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland.

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