The (un) liberal end of history
Two scenarios for the development of the world after the end of the war in Ukraine: the transition to a bipolar model will finally be over, and the United States and Europe must rethink the legacy of realism to win this Cold War
Jacek Olczak: The support for less harmful alternatives of smoking is growing
Ignoring science and innovation could hinder progress for a better society, says also the Chief Executive Officer of Philip Morris International
Between the Ukrainian Scylla and Russian Charybdis
In political aspect Ankara is trying to balance between both Kyiv and Moscow
The war virus hit the tourism industry
There will be harmful and long-term consequences
Sir Ken Robinson bequeathed us a great legacy for the world education
Grain world
World markets are reaching record highs and portend even more severe inflation, hidden in unusual places
Inflation shock and horror
Economic risks for Bulgaria because of the war in Ukraine
Will China quietly surpass the EU's green goals?
If that happens, Beijing will once again be ahead of the EU in implementing green energy sources, just as it has quietly managed to become a leader in solar energy
The American bicycle in the Indo-Pacific
Washington's diplomacy in the South Asian region follows the Center and Spokes model