Month: October 2020

Hamas – Secret bases in Turkey aimed at causing chaos in Israel

When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on July 11, 2020 that the conversion of the Orthodox Christian church of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul into a mosque was a harbinger of the liberation of the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount everyone believed it was a statement to attract Muslim populations close

Covid-19 Pandemic: The EU’s Political Nightmare

It is the pandemic and its evolution that now determines economic and social developments in the EU. This is because there has been a chain of EU failures and omissions that have turned the difficult into more difficult ones, potentially losing out in the first half of 2021 in terms of the growth of the

Supply Chain: Achievable Use Cases in SCOR Framework Areas

In the era of the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses are faced with an increasing degree of difficulty in achieving a high level of service combined with an efficient cost and resource utilization base. One solution is the increasing degree of digitisation of business operations and supply chains. This business strategy is based on a range of

Rasmussen Reports: 52% give Donald Trump victory

The well-known US polling company Rasmussen Reports in a survey gives a 52% stake in current US President Donald Trump. This polling company is considered one of the most reliable and belongs to the conservative space. This survey was conducted on a sample of 1500 voters over three days (500 people a day) and was

EU & UK “Vote” Joe Biden

Despite the process between the EU and the UK to finalise Brexit, most citizens in both the UK and the EU want to see Democratic candidate Joe Biden as President of the White House. The change of approach by the US to the issues that concern the two continents to date, should democratic candidate Joe

Bolivia’s New Socialist President in Long-Term Balance Exercise

The economist and former Finance Minister Luis Arce with his party ΜAS (Movement for Socialism) and his political alliances ISPS, received 54.5% in «Bolivia’s crucial presidential elections» of 18th October 2020 and was elected New President of Bolivia from the first round dominating the Bolivian political scene for years to come. Luis Arce was the

New Era for Chile: Revision of the Constitution Passed

The increase in the price of the metro ticket at peak times was the start of mass protests that were sparked by the public’s anger against Chile’s elite of all kinds, leading a year later, today, to the current result of the change of Chilean Constitution. Replacing the Constitution, which is a legacy of the

Russian Navy ships escort Iranian tankers to Syria

An Iranian tanker (Samah) twelve days ago entered the Mediterranean Sea after crossing the Suez Canal. After a few miles, the ship stopped transmitting its location and destination by satellite. The specific technique called “ghost ship” where the ship disables the tracking transceiver is done in order not to impose heavy sanctions on this shipping

Islam in Europe and Islamophobia

The recent beheading of the French professor by a young Chechen Jihadist as well as the previous knife attack on journalists almost twenty-five days ago, on the occasion of the notorious cartoons of Muhammad, has brought to light that Islam is very difficult to keep up with the Western way of life. Unfortunately, the Liberal

China Increases War of Attrition Against Taiwan

If Taiwan resists the full adoption of the “One China” policy that China sees as an inviolable condition for entering dialogue with Taiwan, the war of attrition in Taiwan will continue. This war of attrition is economic military primarily, through the constant violations of Taiwan’s airspace, by flights of Chinese military aircraft. Since this year’s

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