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The scheduled meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago on Thursday has attracted unprecedented attention compared with previous meetings between the leaders of the two countries. This means the meeting will have enormous ramifications not only for Sino-US relations, but also for international politics. 
 

By formally notifying the European Union that it plans to leave, London has effectively handed over control of its exit negotiations to those on the other side of the table—the EU institutions and the remaining 27 member states.

 
In Dutch politics, alliances are imperative to construct an administration. The post-election government formation is, therefore, a slightly time-consuming process. In due course, a coalition led by the incumbent Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, will surface.  
 
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The French have tended to be more relaxed about corruption but their patience may be running out France has long had a problem with political corruption. At the very bottom of the scale, local mayors are routinely hauled up in front of the courts for embezzling funds or using their influence to get favourable planning decisions. And, at the very top, almost every French President has at least one major corruption scandal to his name
 
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As US monetary policy returns to normalcy, the global financial system will also have to make the necessary adjustments

 

A second independence referendum for Scotland would open up a new bunch of questions

 
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In France, the possibility of a far right president makes the drama more riveting.  
 

The dollar “is our currency, but your problem”, US treasury secretary John Connally told his foreign counterparts in 1971.

 

The unpredictability of the Donald Trump administration and the consequent turbulence is likely to continue unless he can set clearly and early his vision for the future and how he will feasibly implement it, writes Sudip Bhattacharyya for South Asia Monitor.

 
If indeed, US President Donald Trump is successful in pushing the stringent HI-B visa norms, Indian IT majors are sure to face a setback. They must start re-working their economics and look for ways to bring down on-site work  
 


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