07Dec 2022

The recent decision by OPEC to cut oil production to raise the price of oil is less of a surprise and more of a confirmation of how the organisation has changed in recent years. Two and a half years ago, an oil price war broke between Saudi Arabia and Russia. Back then, the Saudis wanted… Continue reading

04Dec 2022

As Russian forces climb the hilltops south of the city of Bakhmut, Ukraine sends in all of its remaining reserves to plug the gaps. Trench warfare has suddenly been replaced by brutal urban incursions that end up in hundreds of soldiers from both sides getting killed or maimed. As winter makes its debut, both armies… Continue reading

08Sep 2022

In 2010, Qatar was awarded the right to host the 2022 Football World Cup. Since then, a campaign to boycott Qatar emerged, grew increasingly larger and gained momentum in recent years and months. This global campaign is funded and orchestrated by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Here we’ll explain why this happens, how UAE became… Continue reading

15May 2022

Europe’s powder keg is yet again making a comeback, this time in Bosnia. The country is unraveling on account of a reckless political experiment which saw Bosnian Serb lawmakers planning to quit state institutions and form their own judicial, taxation and military authorities for the autonomous Republic of Srpska. If nothing is done to curb… Continue reading

15Apr 2022

After 5 consecutive pandemic waves and tens of millions of people receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, it’s now time to reevaluate our medical procedures and see if boosting people to maximize their immunity is the right choice. Why should we do this? Because it’s pretty clear by now that a significant chunk of the population simply… Continue reading

03Dec 2021

Since the beginning of 2021 the price of oil, gas and coal has almost doubled. Supply chains are impaired globally while logistics and infrastructure cannot keep up. In China, millions of houses are affected by blackouts and in the US high gas prices have become the new normal for the population. Meanwhile, in Europe natural… Continue reading

10Feb 2021

US President Joe Biden urged Serbia on Sunday to recognize Kosovo in a letter sent to Aleksandar Vucic, the country’s president. “We remain steadfast in our support for Serbia’s goal of European integration and encourage you to continue taking the hard steps forward to reach that aim – including instituting necessary reforms and reaching a… Continue reading

23Nov 2020

The concept of debt-trap diplomacy has been widely used in recent years, including by world leaders. Most of the time, it is associated with the People’s Republic of China, particularly when bilateral agreements which are part of the Belt and Road Initiative are signed between the Chinese and other developing nations. But what exactly does… Continue reading