From mid-2024, Islamic Bank Australia is set to offer Australia’s 813,000 Muslims a banking service aligned with their religion’s precepts.
The global system is now in a multipolar era. Alternatives to the U.S. dollar are rising. And so too are new, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence.
BRICS enjoys many potential new member candidates. But the process of enlarging the group is likely to be slow and tiered.
Higher interest rates in the U.S. can have a detrimental effect on the economic, political, and social well-being of developing nations.
The U.S. Intelligence Community assesses that China plans to establish at least 5 overseas bases and 10 logistical support sites by 2030.
Several countries have been considered as potential candidates to join the Five Eyes, including India, Israel, Germany, and South Korea.
Container ports are critical to global trade. And seven out of the ten largest container ports in the world are in China.
A new global economic order will not emerge out of a new BRICS currency or de-dollarization happening overnight.
Russia, Ukraine, and the U.S. are among the countries that haven’t banned the controversial munitions known as cluster bombs.
The Global South is flexing political and economic muscles that the “developing countries” and the “Third World” never had.
The world needs a rapid expansion of offshore wind power. But choosing their locations is by no means a straightforward task.