Beech reports that much of the world is also shocked to hear President Donald Trump talking like the leader of a banana republic and saying that he might not accept the election results if former Vice President Joe Biden wins in November.‘I Feel Sorry for Americans’ — the World Grieves for the US Because of Trump’s Disastrous Presidency | The Smirking Chimp
As the 20 leading economies meet in Hamburg, a truly multipolar world is finally emerging.
The world’s fastest growing travel destination grew its tourism industry by 310 per cent last year. But it’s not where you might expect.
The president who many feared couldn’t handle the delicate dance of diplomacy on the world stage certainly has his work cut out for him.
Putin, Xi, Modi, Assad – welcome to the world of the strongmen as western will to act begins to crumble
World leaders have been bewildered, but also muted.
Do you wish to save the world and all its people, or do you look at downtrodden souls and happily swim in their sea of misery? These are the two extremes o
Online business-to-business marketplace Expert Market has put together a ranking of the global cities where people have the best balance between their work and leisure time — the so-called “work-life balance.” Using data from Swiss banking group UBS, the site compiled information on the biggest, most important cities globally, taking into account how many hours per week and per year people work as well as how many days holiday they take, before creating the ranking.
A new analysis reveals that global water scarcity is a far greater problem than previously thought, affecting 4 billion people—two-thirds of the world’s population—and will be “one of the most difficult and important challenges of this century.”
Dr Evan Jones continues his insights into the simplistic coverage of foreign affairs by mainstream media and declares Clint Eastwood the unspoken guru.
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