Month: December 2020

China’s Military Advantages Over the U.S.

The annual report issued by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and sent to Congress entitled “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2020”, Annual Report to Congress, media.defense.gov (2020-DOD-CHINA-MILITARY-POWER-REPORT-FINAL.PDF) shows the progress China has made in specific militarily sectors in which it has gained comparative advantages over U.S. According to

The Personalities Who Starred in The Year Passed (2020)

Joe Biden – Kamala Harris The third time he claimed the US Presidency proved to be the lucky one for Joe Biden. On January 20, 2021, he will take over the reins of the United States, with Kamala Harris as the country’s first female and black Vice President. 78 years-old US President Joe Biden and

Italy-Spain: The ‘Tango’ of problems takes two

Both Italy and Spain, two EU member countries with both problems in dealing with the consequences (social and economic) of the Covid-19 pandemic (the number of deaths proportionally to their population )are very high while the fall in GDP for 2020 in both member countries is expected to be double digits.  by Thanos S. Chonthrogiannis

UK unofficially supports Turkish Defence Industry

In an effort to find trading partners and with the possibility of a hard Brexit increasing over time, the UK informally strengthens its trade relations with Turkey even though Turkey is formally bound by a trade deal with the EU that does not allow it to enter into a trade deal with the UK. In

Recommended Books Article for the Week 31 December 2020 – 6 January 2021

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 Silence”

The greater the proportion of the population in an economy that does not have a bank account, the more difficult it is to achieve sustainable growth and social well-being

The economies that are underdeveloped and cannot optimise the development of their economy while disseminating economic growth to their entire population are those in which a large part of the population does not have a bank account and access to bank transactions. According to World Bank (data.worldbank.org/indicator) data in most Latin and Central American countries
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