Category : Living in Europe

by Prague Examiner - 1 month ago

What kind of a threat Is Russia?

In his latest guide, The Stupidity of War: American Foreign Policy and the Case for Complacency, American political scientist John Mueller demonstrates that because the finish of World Conflict II, American policymakers have developed a type of habit...

by Prague Examiner - 1 month ago

The Czech Republic’s economy in 2021

As everyone is aware of, the Czech Republic has undergone critical financial and political modifications because the breakup of the Soviet Union and the collapse of the Warsaw Pact.  Change was additionally accelerated with the partition of Czechoslo...

by Prague Examiner - 1 month ago

Why Europe needs a climate-forward innovation policy

Orca, the most important direct air seize and storage facility up to now, lately commenced operations in Iceland and is predicted to suck some 4000 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the environment yearly. With growing climate ambition and the new...

by Prague Examiner - 1 month ago

Uzbekistan seeks energy hub role for Central Asia

Growing integration of national power techniques across the 5 nations of Central Asia is helping to ease congestion and energy outages arising from peak energy utilization, Uzbekistan’s First Deputy Power Minister Azim Ahmedkhadzhayev stated. Based o...

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Satisfied OPEC+ keeps oil supply status quo

At the OPEC+ meeting, which came towards a backdrop with Brent buying and selling slightly below $80 per barrel, oil ministers selected October four to help the prevailing deal, which can see a complete 400,000 barrels per day added each month, glad...

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The West needs to unite to fight for human rights

Human rights seem nonexistent in immediately’s world. That’s as a result of the world’s democracies are usually not preventing for it. Whereas the world’s dictatorships all the time appear to have each other’s backs, the world’s democracies are faili...