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Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Gazing into the Energy Crystal Ball for 2022

The Covid pandemic and geopolitical issues are more likely to be key issues for the power prices in 2022. “What we've got to have once we’re taking a look at these figures can be the financial debate on using all these commodities and the growing dem...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Bulgaria’s new government maintains Enlargement veto

While Bulgaria’s November 14 elections managed to interrupt the political logjam that had paralyzed the country for many of 2021, which required three consecutive elections, the incoming authorities in Sofia has indicated it hopes to see progress, ho...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Biden and Putin talk, but about what?

Although it's stating the apparent, Russia has been at struggle with Ukraine since 2014. The current video summit between president Biden and Putin because of Russia’s giant army buildup at Ukraine’s border was as soon as again a response to a potent...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

Conflict in Ukraine and Kosovo are connected

Vladimir Putin claims that defending ethnic Russians justifies army action towards Ukraine. Putin’s concern for Ukraine’s Russian minority is bombastic. His larger international aim is to confront NATO and undermine US leadership to redeem the Russia...

Updates / Updates - 7 months ago

The Korean Peninsula should remain a security concern

With both South Korea and the USA targeted on domestic issues – 2022 presidential race and 2022 midterm elections respectively, will probably be extremely troublesome for both to offer exit strategies to North Korea’s imposing threats in the foreseea...

Updates / Updates - 8 months ago

Let us celebrate democracy and let us make it stronger

The eyes of the world’s main overseas coverage wonks have been all on Washington, DC, after President Joe Biden met with fellow democratic leaders on the “Summit for Democracy”. This was a key realization of his campaign pledge of 2020 and – co...

Updates / Updates - 8 months ago

Israel, Greece, Cyprus seeing green energy future

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades met in Jerusalem on December 7 where they reaffirmed the robust cooperation between the three Mediterranean nations, particularl...

Updates / Updates - 8 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...