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The Flaws of the Chinese Model

In the 1970s, Beijing liberalized the economy, opening it up to foreigners, and adopting policies that promoted free trade. These were similar to glasnost and perestroika, which were implemented in the USSR. The hope was that millions of Chinese could be lifted out of poverty and into prosperity.  Historical Context While Deng’s reforms started in […]

5th of April – 11th of April

Israel’s Prime Minister attempts to form a government The President of Israel, Reuven Rivlin, is giving Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a chance to remain in office. Mr. Netanyahu is currently facing a trial on charges of corruption, which makes for an unusual situation. Israel has held four elections in only two years, and Mr. […]

A look at Bhutan’s carbon-negative economy

An introduction to Bhutan Bhutan is a small country in the Himalayas, located right in between India and China. It is a bit ironic that India and China are two of the most populated countries on Earth, but there are less than one million Bhutanese. A Buddhist country by constitution, Buddhism plays a central role […]

29th of March – 4th of April

The Ever Given is Freed The giant container ship, which got stuck in the Suez Canal on March 23rd, has finally been freed. Completely blocking one of the most important trade routes for a period of six days, some argue that the blockage held up to $10 billion in trade each day as hundreds of […]

The US Department of Defence’s Plans to Win the War on Global Warming

Who is the Department of Defence? The Department of Defence is an executive branch of the department of the federal government, charged with coordinating and supervising all agencies and functions of the government directly related to national security and all the United States Armed Forces. Global Warming and how the US is affected by it […]