Month: March 2020

The EU’s New Circular Economy

The Action Plan titled “Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030” presented by the EU Commission on the future EU circular economy, which will be gradually denatured over the next two years, includes many measures at both pan-European and member-country level. We could describe some of these planned plans to make it more understandable as to

In their Limits, Broadband Networks Worldwide

The forced quarantine due to the pandemic of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and the incarceration of people in their homes by maximizing the use of teleworking service, sharply increase the requirements of fixed and mobile networks. The fact that teleworking is carried out from the premises of houses which to date do not have a sophisticated and

Exhibition – Article for the Week 26 Mar – 1 Apr, 2020

On this page of our site we will present the most interesting exhibitions in our opinion that take place in the museums of the world. Exhibitions that all interested art lovers are required to know. Art is a huge mosaic spanning from prehistory to the present day. It accompanies man from the beginning of his

Recommended Books Article for the Week 26 Mar – 1 Apr, 2020

On this page of our site we will present every week the most interesting publications in our opinion that take place in the world. Publications that all interested book and reader lovers are required to know. We introduce publications in the Humanities (Social) sciences as well as in Sciences, literature class respectively etc. “The Mind

ECB’s “Backstabbing” in Tested Italy

The European edifice, called the EU since its inception to date and with the EU’s current colossal euro zone, has relied on solidarity between its member countries creating the conditions for the ‘brotherhood’ of European peoples participating in it with the ultimate future objective of creating at some point the ‘European Nation’ consisting of all

The EU and Germany’s “Backstabbing” in Tested Greece

The EU’s shade of the horror sparked by the COVID-19 epidemic (coronavirus) has wealed and turned the spotlight on the public’s publicity and attention (it is right and reasonable) to the way in which this deadly virus is dealt with, so that does not attention is paid to what is happening in other Eurozone member

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