Tag: taiwan

Cold War

A strike against Iran’s nuclear program, increased exercises and destroying Zionism in the world. Ominous signs indicate that Russia may conduct a military offensive in Ukraine as early as the coming winter 2022. What the hell is Putin doing?… Read More

Politics

The Balkans suffer from what could be best described as the paradox of insufficient instability. The moment of Europe’s expansion throughout the world and the projection of a model of the liberal state that would lead to modernity,… Read More

Sports

The mobile revolution replaced paper tickets with digital barcodes. Upgrading barcodes to non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Olympics, Economics and Conflicts.  A beacon for physical and mental health promotion. A model for ensuring future mega sport events are healthy and safe. Sports… Read More

Taiwan

Long left out in the cold, Taiwan is ready to be a global force for good. It all comes down to government clarity and transparency. You have to let the people know what the government is trying to… Read More

America

What previously seemed like a feature of the country’s constitutional system can begin to seem like a bug. Liars in high places. After decades of foreign policy radicalism that has created a string of disasters, Biden may at… Read More

China

The historical resolution will be just the third since the founding of the party, following in the footsteps of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. This year’s resolution will be somewhere in between, the party’s past and Xi’s future…. Read More

Economics

The global supply chain has struggled against the backdrop of rising demand, labor shortages and manufacturing delays. From ‘just in time’  to ‘just in case‘. A pandemic-driven shortage of parts and labor has combined with a congested transport system to create an inflationary… Read More

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