It has been quite a month!!!
Today is the day The United Kingdom officially Leaves the European Union--The headlines were telling:
The Financial Times captured the predicament that awaits Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister as the UK will be forced to look more to the United States--and the prospects of not being a World Power anymore:
This is as the World Health Organization declared a Public Health Emergency that continues to spread throughout the World. We note the advisory from the World Health Organization below for reference:
The Economist of London captured the predicament with the covers it launched on Brexit (as the United Kingdom sails into the Unknown) and whether the virus can indeed be contained:
One of the other very critical focus points for us has been and will continue to be India as it deals with the aftermath of the Citizenship Amendment Act and a looming recession. The Financial Times gave a preview of the challenges as the Indian Government prepares to present its' latest budget--and as The Indian Prime Minister has suffered a number of electoral setbacks including having lost India's largest State, Maharashtra: