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Expect more of the same during President Putin’s next term, Pompeo appointment signals a more extreme US foreign policy, ‘Brexit’ is a colossal waste, Saudi Arabia flags a nuclear arms race, Aung San Suu Kyi stays silent on the Rohingya genocide

A roundup of global commentary for the April 2, 2018 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Tough choice for foreign investors after Indian bourses rein in trading abroad

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A move by Indian exchanges to stop licensing its products and data to bourses abroad will likely force foreign investors into a tough option: migrate their trading onshore to India, with its uncertain regulatory environment and higher taxes, or give up their exposure to a hot emerging market. Reuters: Money News

Ethiopia Has Banned All Foreign Adoptions Amid Concerns Over Abuse

Ethiopia has banned international adoptions in an effort to safeguard children from potential abuse. The East African country is one of the biggest sources for adoptions to the U.S., according to State Department figures. Adoptions from Ethiopia seem to have gained popularity over the years, with celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Mary-Louise Parker adopting from(…)