The last couple of weeks were probably some of the strangest times in most of our lives. Only few of us have seen such a massive restriction of travel and social life prior to the coronavirus.
We live in an era where great things have happened thanks to innovation. Everybody loves innovation and recognizes that is a force for progress. With the exception of maybe North Korea, no government in the world has an official policy to prohibit innovation or harass innovative people.
Georgian people fight for a well-earnt and shortly stolen achievement, proportional electoral system, but the verdict of “Georgia’s wannabe Putin” and his puppet judicial system is bittersweet.
For many centuries, beauty and fashion brands have imposed their standards on ordinary people.
With the rapid globalisation that began after the collapse of the Eastern bloc, much of the world got richer quickly.
As an artist, a political analyst and a social media influencer, I have spent my life defending human rights, freedom of expression and democracy.
This is an interview by Jorge Ramos with Nicolás Maduro the dictator of Venezuela.
The digital tax has become one of the most discussed ideas in tax policy in the past months. Last year, the European Union wanted to introduce such a tax, which would specifically target companies providing digital services. This attempt ultimately failed due to the opposition of multiple member states.