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17 December 2020
Elections in Kashmir, Romania and Namibia – issues behind
Every third Romanian citizen (six million people altogether) lives on the verge of poverty. Despite that, there was no space…
28 November 2020
Mapping biodiversity, bees and smells
Mumbai, a metropolis of 20 million inhabitants, just got its first biodiversity map. The Indian cartoonist, Rohan Chakravarty, created the…
26 November 2020
The biggest regional free-trade agreement
Bloomberg Economics have forecasted potential GDP through 2050 for 39 countries, from the U.S. to Ghana. The forecast claims that…
16 October 2020
Human trafficking and kidnapped brides
Twenty-nine million women and girls are victims of modern slavery. They are forced to labor, involuntary marriages, and exploited via…
9 October 2020
Women representatives in the judiciary, legislative and women and girls at schools and in the work market
According to the UN, there was a significant rise in the number of girls enrolled in primary schools, maternal mortality…
26 September 2020
Interests and relations between Russia, China, the USA, and the European Union
Russia is looking for closer relations with China as a counterbalance for threats from foreign powers like the USA. Russia’s…
23 September 2020
Lack of coins in the US and temporary basic income
Temporary basic income for the poorest was proposed as a solution to the pandemic crisis by the United Nations Development…
19 September 2020
The mass graves in Spain and conflicts over museums in India
The Spanish government approved the new Law on Democratic Memory (“Ley de Memoria Democrática”) that will make the state responsible…
23 April 2018
The Commonwealth representatives will meet next week in London to discuss the methods of combating malaria, which is one of the main challenges for the member states in the next coming years
The Commonwealth representatives will meet next week in London to discuss the methods of combating malaria, which is one of…
11 April 2018
A man from the Indian Dalit community was beaten to death for owning and riding a horse
A man from the Indian Dalit community was beaten to death for owning and riding a horse. He has been…

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