Month: November 2020

Joe Biden’s Election Victory – Political Defeat for Boris Johnson

US President Donald Trump during his presidency strongly expressed his opposition to the EU and was friends with populist British politician and Brexit campaigner Nigel Faraz – and an ally rather than friend to Brexit supporter current British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The fact that Donald Trump was in favour of Brexit, reinforcing British Prime

How the Arab-Israeli Conflict Turned into an Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The recent agreements (the Abraham Accords) between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Sudan have changed the political-economic future of the Middle East, followed by these agreements with the subsequent accession of Saudi Arabia. The Abraham Accords was a joint statement between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States reached on August 13, 2020. It

Why Retail Success Is Based on Digital Transformation and Consumer Decryption

At the end of the Covid-19 era consumption will, to an exceptionally large extent, take place through online platforms for e-shops that will replace shopping streets and department stores through internet browsing. Essentially the consumption will be transferred in the context of satisfying the online purchases of this pleasant walk to the commercial department store.

The Air of Liberalism “Blows” in Moldova

In the recent Presidential Elections held in Moldova, most of the Moldovan people decided to vote for a European policy and a European future. This is initially possible with the comfortable dominance of the former Prime Minister Maia Sandu, at the same time causing a humiliating defeat of the Friendly to Russia incumbent President of

The Degree of Validity of Artificial Intelligence Systems Forecasts

As the application of artificial intelligence expands to support more and more critical decisions about the economy and society, the more concerns will grow as to whether the predictions of such systems are valid, impartial, and socially acceptable. The basis for the validity, reliability and acceptance of decisions based on artificial intelligence systems by Trust

Recommended Books Article for the Week 26 November – 3 December 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 Tyranny

How the Nagorno-Karabakh War Everlasted EU Energy Dependence

The deployment of Russian peacekeepers on the Armenian-Azerbaijani front in Nagorno-Karabakh (Republic of Artsakh) restores Russia to the region and transforms both the Republic of Artsakh and Armenia into a new type of depends on Russia. At the same time, the development of the Russian peacekeeping force in the Eastern part of the Republic of

The Criteria for Whether a Fiscal Adjustment Is Successful or Not

The term fiscal adjustment refers to all those policies implemented by a government to achieve a future stable economic orthodoxy, i.e. to improve the fiscal balance by drastically reducing the annual state budget deficits. The reduction of the state budget deficit must reach the level of 1.5% of GDP or 1.5% of GDP as a

The New Generation CSC Frigates of Royal Canadian Navy

The Royal Canadian Navy has announced its selection of its new CSC (Canadian Surface Combatant) frigate. This surface ship is rich and balanced in terms of its equipment and will be the focus / standard point of reference for all future shipbuilding. This CSC ship will have a displacement of 7,800 tons, something that due

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