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Latin America Security

Cuban migrants stuck in Central America

Thousands of migrants from Cuba heading out from Ecuador are stuck in Central America, as Costa Rica and Nicaragua squabble over freedom of movement. In 2008, the government of Rafael

Politics South and Central Asia

India’s tolerance for intolerance

Amid reports of increased discrimination, India must confront this issue rather than shy away from it. Intolerance is not a new phenomenon within India. Neither are religious discrimination, religious extremism or

Europe Politics

Serbia Walking A Fine Line Between Russia and EU

Serbia’s internal challenges coupled with the European Union’s internal problems could undermine efforts to transform Serbia’s economy and boost ties with the West. Western governments and businesses are investing in Serbia

Asia Pacific Finance

Vietnam increases foreign bank ownership

Vietnam looks to attract more foreign investment to sustain growth trajectories. The government hopes that changing regulations of foreign ownership of its banks will attract more capital. To boost growth