Tag: Op-Ed

Living in Europe / Living - 5 months ago

Poland’s deep divide

On December 13, 1981, martial regulation was imposed in Poland and the first unbiased trade union in Communist Japanese Europe, Solidarity (Solidarnosc), with over 10 million members, was forcibly dissolved by the Polish army. Dozens of individuals h...

Living in Europe / Living - 5 months ago

Why China cannot invade Taiwan

China’s current aerial incursion in Taiwan air protection zone and President Xi Jinping’s confrontational remarks re-prompted a debate on whether or not Beijing is capable of conquering Taipei.  The character of this delicate dichotomy nonetheless re...

Living in Europe / Living - 5 months ago

The deep fall of a child prodigy

The shock was nice, and he staged it in his ordinary skilled method. Sebastian Kurz, who at 31 turned Austria’s youngest-ever chancellor, introduced his retirement from political life on December 2. Having already resigned as head of government...

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 %), el...

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 li...