US raises interest rates despite banking turmoil

Despite worries that the move could worsen financial unrest following a succession of bank collapses, the US central bank has increased interest rates once again. The Central bank expanded its vital rate by 0.25 rate focuses, referring to the financial framework as “sound and strong”. In any case, it additionally cautioned that aftermath from the bank disappointments might hurt financial … Read more

US Senators introduce a bill to regulate TikTok

Abstract: A bi-partisan group of US senators introduced a bill to regulate TikTok and other technology products viewed as threats to national security. Introduction TikTok, the popular video-sharing app owned by China’s ByteDance, has been facing scrutiny and controversy in the United States over its data security practices. On March 7, 2023, a group of bi-partisan senators introduced a bill … Read more

US carries out air strikes in Syria after Iran-backed drone attack kills the American contractor. 

US Central Command forces carried ‘precision airstrikes’ against facilities in eastern Syria after a US contractor was killed and some others were injured following a suspected Iranian drone strike in northeast Syria on Thursday.  The US military on Thursday (US time) carried out multiple airstrikes in Syria against Iran-aligned groups. The development came hours after an American contractor was killed, … Read more

In the United States, Samsung has won a trademark trial over the use of the term “S10” for phones

In the US, Samsung prevailed in a trademark trial by persuading the jury that the Galaxy S10 phones don’t infringe upon the trademark rights of a talent-management company using the “S10” moniker. Samsung’s advertising, according to S10 Entertainment & Media, would lead consumers to believe the brands were connected. The jury concluded that the agency had failed to establish that … Read more

Democratic Peace Theory: An Analysis 

The post-cold war era has been a constant effort to restore conflict with peace. There was an utmost need to maintain international peace and security. Organizations like the United Nations were formed as it was a global necessity to put an end to worldwide chaos and bring back tranquility. Have democracies played a part in building world peace? If so, … Read more

Stalemate over the Nomination of Eric Garcetti as US Ambassador to India and Consequences for US-India Relationship

The US-India relationship has hit a snag with the nomination of Eric Garcetti as the new US ambassador to India. Garcetti, who is the current Mayor of Los Angeles, was nominated by President Biden in July 2021, but his nomination has been stuck in a stalemate since then. Background and Controversy The controversy surrounding Garcetti’s nomination stems from allegations of … Read more

NSA Advisor Ajit Doval meets with US counterparts to discuss defence ties.

NSA Advisor Ajit Doval met with his counterpart US NSA Jake Sullivan and many other top officials to discuss the advancement of defence and technological ties between both countries. On an official trip to Washington, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met with his US counterparts to discuss defence ties between the two countries. US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan welcomed … Read more


A member of the US Republican Party claimed that National Leaders should be assessed with Mental Ability Test ‘Politics’ refers to the activities associated with the governance of a country or community and it has always been a hot topic in the United States since a few years back. There are no restrictions like age, education, Merit, etc. when it … Read more

US Banking Crisis: Two Top Banks crumble in 48 Hours

The banking sector gets distressed as Signature Follows SVB in Sudden Collapse in the United States. America is going through a big banking crisis these days causing a lot of investors’ money to suffer. On the 10th of March, America’s biggest, Silicon Valley Bank collapsed and now there is dark news circulating in the media that Signature Banks has become … Read more