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If you sequence any extreme — the biggest, the smallest, the fastest, the heaviest — all of these animals are interesting to biologists, they provide sort of the goal posts on where biology of this animal can occur. And so this is a terrific species to study because it’s so much bigger than all the others.
In the last meeting, some proposals were made in accordance with our demands and some amendments were made that could be studied and that could enable us to achieve our demands, so far there is no final agreement -- it is only another round -- but this round has achieved a bigger achievement than previous rounds.
Now the country (Maldives) is witnessing a state of Emergency and former President and Supreme Court Judge were arrested, India should act fast for its citizens including tourists and expatriates (health care professionals and educators) stranded in that volatile quagmire.' Having said that, India is not in a position to carry out an Operation Cactus (Nov. 1988) type intervention as those times were different. Now bigger players are involved in Maldives affairs (read China) and India should be more cautious in its approach. We are not expecting to make another Nepal in Maldives, as far as our neighbourhood diplomatic ties are concern. ONE INDIA, February 6, 2018 https://www.oneindia.com/india/maldives-crisis-can-india-undertake-another-operation-cactus-2635789.html
A very strong revision to the expected growth rate of China (in recent months) is having a bigger effect on all these numbers, across all countries, across all sectors, if you think of growth in Asia, Asia will do well, Asia will grow faster than most of the regions of the world, but it will grow at a rate very different from the previous 10 years.
If the oil (price) stays at $50 for a long time, of course some projects will become less attractive and a small output decline may start. But we will not cut production on purpose, we could lose at maximum a 10th of output but more likely 300,000-400,000 bpd. There are no grounds for a bigger decline.
Germany has overcome much bigger problems before, but it did so by not shying away from, at times, radical change. That, in turn, requires agency and political leadership. Schroeder ultimately lost his job over his economic reforms. It would probably be a stretch to claim that a comparable willingness for bold political leadership exists in Merkel's Berlin today.