Dynastic crisis in Saudi Arabia In the last period, a…
Last March 10, Lebanon declared the default. In other words,…
“Humanity is waging war on nature. This is senseless and suicidal. The consequences of our recklessness are already apparent in human suffering, towering economic losses, and the accelerating erosion of life on Earth. Ending our war does not mean surrendering hard-won development gains. Nor does it cancel the rightful aspiration of poorer nations and people to enjoy better living standards.
“We received a call from the government of Madagascar, who asked for help with scientific research”
The Syrian army has taken control of a strategic northwestern…
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving premier, said he was resigning because of poor health, ending a stint at the helm of the world’s third-biggest economy during which he sought to revive growth and bolster its defenses.
2014 is a landmark year for the world economy, one when the dominance of the USA appears to be over as China becomes the world’s largest economy.
Americans are voting this year in the midst of a severe pandemic, an economic crisis, and historic civil unrest. Now, with just weeks to go until the election, a fierce Supreme Court battle looms.
Nicaragua is still one of Latin America’s least developed countries, where access to basic services is a daily challenge. The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic plus the violence that has prevailed in the last years, job losses, a fall in consumer and business confidence, and a decline in labour-intensive sectors
Saudi Arabia is one of the most important oil producer and the first exporter of petroleum liquids in the world; its economy is founded on oil, petroleum-based fuel and liquids,
Agreement reached in Europe: A mix of ESM, sure and…
Single-use plastic has been a lifesaving resource during the pandemic. It helped to maintain social distancing by letting us deliver our foods in single-use plastic bags and single-use plastic bottles.
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.
Almost three weeks have passed since the Israeli government approved a second lockdown for the whole country.