War, as it sounds dreadful, yet it appears pleasant to few; for those who make most out of it and are constantly seeking new conflicts.
The global COVID-19 vaccine roll-out is creating a “vaccine apartheid”. As of February 24, approximately 216 million people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 globally. Only 8.4 percent of these are in low and lower-middle-income countries, which are home to nearly half of the world’s population.
China is often said to be a major power, with the world’s largest economy and a world-class military.
The Extinction Rebellion launched a 10-day strike, the first action since the laws of the lockout was relaxed.
The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.9 degrees Celsius) since the late 19th century, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere.
Contrary to the popular perception that migration is mostly a South-North phenomenon, South-South migration is large. Available data from national censuses suggest that nearly half the migrants from developing countries reside in other developing countries. Almost 80 percent of South-South migration takes place between countries that have contiguous borders (Ratha and Shaw 2007).
These 12 island nations have a lot in common. They have similar profiles in terms of poverty, numbers of incoming tourists, but as we will see here, all have had slightly different approaches and timelines to protecting themselves from the virus.
Several rallies and marches have taken place in Bolivia, in response to the call made by the COB, to protest against the postponement of the general elections. The mobilizations have begun in the departments of La Paz and Cochabamba.
Bhutan, a part of the Eastern Himalayas, is a tiny land-locked country hosting rich biodiversity apart from glaciers and snow-capped mountains.
The explosion on 4 August in Beirut has not only caused the deaths of dozens of people but has also cast a shadow over the future of a country already strongly affected
While negotiations at the European Council continue unabated, an evident fact emerges from the European session: the current decision-making system is not adequate to deal with relevant and urgent problems.
The ongoing oil pollution incident involving the grounded 203,000 DWT bulk carrier MV Wakashio is causing an ecological disaster on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, endangering corals, fish and other marine life which are already affected by climate change.
The leaders of African Nations headed last weekend to Addis Ababa for the African Union Summit. The summit’s theme this time was “Silencing the guns: creating conducive conditions for Africa’s development”
The Single Supervisory Mechanism is the European banking supervision system…
US President Donald Trump was acquitted Wednesday by members of…