Month: February 2021

Is it Time for the Eurozone/EU to Issue A Perpetual Bond?

Global debt has reached 365% of world annual GDP, an amount close to $280trillion and surely no one should expect this amount to be repaid within the space of a century. The only solution that seems feasible now is its unstoppable per-financing, although in the long term this solution is not sustainable, since it has

Chinese Diplomacy and Geopolitics through Covid-19 Vaccine Exports

Since China managed to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic in a short time, managing to return to economic and social normality without having to make mass use of domestically produced Covid-19 vaccines, it has the potential to organize vaccine diplomacy. Vaccination rates in China are lower than those in the EU, but China fully controls

Covax Vaccination Program: Saving the Planet Against Covid-19

Based on the words of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, addressing the UN Security Council, that ten countries on the planet manage 75% of all vaccinations while one hundred and thirty UN member states do not have a single dose of vaccine at their disposal, it shows that most of the world’s states are at the

Recommended Books Article for the Week 25 February – 3 March 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 Black

Israel’s Long-Standing Political Deadlock

Israeli citizens are going to the polls for the fourth time in two years, proving that the political impasse in Israel has begun to take on long-term characteristics. The admittedly global success of the Benjamin Netanyahu government in being Israel’s first country in the world in vaccinations against the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates the admittedly well-organized,

China: The New Database for the Monitoring of Religions

The Chinese State Agency for Religious Affairs (SARA) operates a new database containing all information on religious personnel located on Chinese territory. This is referred to in Article 33 of the document ‘Administrative measures for Religious Personnel’, which shows full control over religions operating in the Chinese Territory (Source: Congressional Executive Commission on China, www.cecc.gov

The Adjustment of International Accounting Standards to External Factors Affecting Business

The main means of analysing a company’s financial situation is their published financial statements. through them, financial analysts and investors receive substantial and reliable information. The challenges that companies now face in compiling their published financial statements are several with particular emphasis on external factors such as a global financial crisis, a pandemic (e.g. Covid-19)
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