Category : Living in Europe

by stanislav - 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 a...

by stanislav - 6 months ago

Third Bulgarian election in 2021 appears to break the logjam

In Bulgaria’s November 14 elections, the robust anti-corruption oriented “We Proceed the Change” get together (PP), gained 25.7% of the vote, based mostly on a nearly-complete ballot rely released November 16. After two inconclusive elections held pr...

by stanislav - 6 months ago

The power of investigative journalism

In February 2018, a younger Slovak investigative journalist named Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend, Martina Kusnirova, have been brutally murdered in their house in Velka Maca, east of Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava. Earlier than being gunned down...

by stanislav - 6 months ago

Which role for electrification in the European green deal?

Electrification is probably the most cost-effective and reliable method to decarbonize the EU financial system in lower than three many years. Realizing it now would permit Europe to avoid the worst penalties of local weather change and ship vital be...

by stanislav - 6 months ago

Millicom becomes largest foreign investor in Guatemala

Millicom, the Luxembourg headquartered firm that sells cellular and broadband providers in Latin America and Africa, stated on November 11 that it'll purchase out its venture associate in Guatemala and take full control of its operations. The $2.2 bi...

by stanislav - 6 months ago

Crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border

Using human lives to blackmail the governments of rival nations is as previous as human civilization. In recent times, nevertheless, nations corresponding to Turkey, and now the former Soviet republic of Belarus, have taken this concept to a new degr...