On May 3, as the world prepared for the worst, Eric Ries said: “It’s the best time to do a startup.” Let’s say that you know: in 2011 one of his books, The Lean Startup, sold over a million copies, which may seem few if you don’t consider that it was not a novel, but an essay on how to make a successful company.
Tsai Ing-wen is a Taiwanese politician, scholar and the first female president of the Republic of China, commonly known as Taiwan, since 20 May 2016.
The origins of the current Syrian conflict can be pinpointed to the wider wave of 2011 Arab Spring protests, but no other county still feels its effect as strongly as Syria.
Geneva is to introduce a minimum wage of almost £3,500 a month, reported to be the highest in the world after locals approved the measure in a surprise vote result sparked by reports of growing coronavirus-linked poverty in the Swiss city.
On July 13, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, announced changes in U.S declaratory policy on the South China Sea.
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Amid the literal pandemic and the bad shape of the economy, Nepal has a new obstacle to fight against. Landslides set off by heavy rainfall this weekend and killed many people and left many more missing in a hilly region of Nepal that borders Tibet.
“The time to buy is when the blood runs in the streets.” This phrase by Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a historic English banker at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, always comes to mind whenever a moment of serious economic crisis has to be faced.
The Republic of Turkey reports the lowest ratio of death per case, as being the 9th country with the highest number of Covid-19 cases in the world.
Hatice Cengiz, the fiancée of journalist and activist Jamal Khashoggi, who was barbarously murdered inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul in 2018, has made a public plea to punish the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohamed bin Salman.
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.
More than 100 people are dead and thousands of homes have been submerged in some of Vietnam’s most severe floods in decades, with authorities warning that more bad weather is to come.
In August 1955, Life magazine published a large photo of a happy family. Father, mother, and daughter are all standing around a table, smiling with their hands thrown in the air. Around them, as if suspended in anti-gravity, fly dozens of disposables: plates, trays, utensils, and napkins. .
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For many years corruption was seen as a problem only of developing countries, While the European Union (EU) on the contrary was the temple of the rule of law, exporting good governance both to its own peripheries and worldwide.