Tag: england

Cold War

A Pacific war, sparked by Taiwan, would be a bloody cataclysm, and no one would be well served by it. Australia doesn’t have to choose. On Sep 16th, 2021 Australia effectively chose. Following years of sharply deteriorating relations… Read More

Sports

Sports betting is taking a page from the playbook of tech giants like Netflix, Amazon and Twitter, sacrificing profitability in the early days in the hope of ingraining themselves in customers’ lives. Zero Covid-19‘ National Games, to create… Read More

India

Medical crowdfunding has become essential in India, but it’s leaving many behind It helps us weave together the Indian government’s recently stated positions on intellectual property protection and what appears to be India’s conflicted position on the TRIPS… Read More

Covid-19

How does the Delta variant dodge the system? Synopsis: Airlines * Antiviral * Back2School * Booster Shots. * BreakThrough * Conferences * Contact Tracing * Delta variant * Dominant * Economics (1) * Economics (2) * Economics (3)… Read More

Vaccine

This is the world’s first human DNA vaccine against Covid-19. Advantages and drawbacks of the vaccine. Companies and rich nations are creating a deadly Covid-19 vaccine protection racket. Profiteering from vaccine inequity: a crime against humanity? Herd immunity… Read More

Burgerinitiatief

The strength of agrarian-based, low-density urbanism remains an attractive model for present-day urban planners across the tropics looking for green cities that balance urgent conservation and environmental needs, political and cultural infrastructure, and growing urban populations. It is… Read More

England

With mile-long lines at the gas stations, empty supermarket shelves, soaring prices, and nothing working, the UK heads back to the 1970s. These just-in-time systems only work if consumers are confident in their functioning and trust people in… Read More

Ethiek

COVAX is based on the recognition that a free market system is unlikely to ensure globally equitable vaccine access during a pandemic. It risks losing health equity out of sight in favour of equity markets. The coronavirus turned… Read More

Australia

The Prime Minister of Australia got a sympathetic hearing. Discussions were kept secret. On September 15th, AUKUS was made public. Renewables tipped to overtake fossil fuels by 2030. The Glasgow climate summit is an immediate opportunity for Australia… Read More

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