S&P raises Greece’s rating

Ratings agency S&P Global on Friday raised Greece’s local and foreign currency long-term issuer ratings to ‘BBB-/A-3’, with a stable outlook, citing stronger budgetary position. S&P said it expects budget surplus target to help in paring the country’s government debt,

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U.S. – Bahrain signs security and economic agreement

The United States and Bahrain signed a Security Integration and Prosperity Agreement on September 13, 2023. The US Secretary Antony Blinken in his remarks pointed out that this Agreement deepens the two countries’ cooperation in three very important ways: This

Islamic Banking in Russia

According to Interfax, Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed the law on conducting an experiment

The Great Un-resignation

By Ben Winck* American workers have given up on quitting. Amid last month’s financial results

EU-Chile: Strategic deal

Speaking to reporters in a joint press conference with Chilean President Gabriel Boric, Ursula von

New Secretary-General in IMO

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council has appointed Arsenio Antonio Dominguez Velasco of the Republic

NATO worried on Kosovo

NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Operations, Tom Goffus, reiterated NATO’s steadfast commitment to promote regional

Blinken visits China

During his stay through Monday, he is expected to meet with Foreign Minister Qin Gang,

Turkiye’s new cabinet

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced his new cabinet following his re-election in Türkiye’s May 28

Australia buys Tomahawk missiles

Australia will spend US$833 million to boost its long-range strike capabilities as it finalised a deal to buy more than 200 Tomahawk cruise missiles

Intervention in Niger is on table

If diplomatic efforts fail, then military intervention by ECOWAS member states in Niger is likely to restore constitutional order and return the country’s president-elect

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