By stanislav

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

Qatar is forging its own path

A quick take a look at a map of the Close to East and North Africa reveals two key information: 1) The area is politically divided into sparsely populated, however geographically monumental nations on one aspect; smaller nations on the opposite, most of which are politically, economically and social...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

The big industry that COP26 failed to tackle

The impression of agriculture on local weather change is critical. In line with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the agriculture sector is answerable for 10 percent of the total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, after transportation (29 %), electrical energy manufacturing (25 %), business (23...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

Europe’s chance for peace in the South Caucasus

Charles Michel, the President of the European Council, announced on November 19 that in the margin of the Japanese Partnership Summit to be held in Brussels on December 15, there can be a gathering between Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. This welcome...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

The case for peace and reconciliation in Ethiopia

Civil conflict has been raging in Ethiopia for over a yr now, between the National Defence Forces of the Ethiopian Authorities, and rebel militia numbering some 250,000 fighters from the northern region of Tigray, the “TPLF”. This has left a trail of demise, starvation, destruction and humanitarian...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

Ukrainian president seeks total control over media

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has had two options since he was elected in 2019: both to enhance the truth that he faced or to create a pretend one.  He has opted for the latter: to silence unbiased voices and attempt to brainwash the populace by means of puppet media.  As an alternative of...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

Is Lukashenko setting a new trap for Europe?

One can hardly imagine the misery of the refugees on the border between Poland, Lithuania and Belarus. Hundreds of individuals from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan, lots of them Kurds and Yazidis, are tenting in the woods in freezing temperatures with little supplies and no medical care. They usually al...

Living in Europe / Living - 6 months ago

Border pains: A set play by Belarus

Determined migrants sandwiched between the Belarussian-Polish border is a nasty quagmire. Additionally it is an impressively manufactured crisis. With threats to each EU and NATO borders on the middle of the state of affairs, an air of hysteria and atrophy has plagued Brussels’ decision-makers...