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26 April 2019

The Judges will take the lead role in the fight against Climate Change

Countries around the world have, to date , done very little to fight against climate change. Political leaders seem paralyzed by the magnitude of the task. And the vast majority of industrial ...

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26 April 2019

The Movie Star and the Absolute Monarch

George Clooney has called for a boycott of Brunei-owned luxury hotels -located in the UK, France, Italy and the US- over the sultanate’s imposition of the death penalty for gay sex and ...

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12 April 2019

The Consumers shake up the Food and Beverage industries

The giants of the food and drink processing industries must reinvent themselves. The consumer has become an implacable judge and an outstanding expert in the domain of nutrition. Today, he is ...

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12 April 2019

We must strongly denounce the anti-vaccination hysteria

Some believe that there is no need to vaccinate their children. In light of this, the health authorities must be very vigilant in face of people making individual decisions that are potentially ...

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29 March 2019

Water: a Source of Life, but also a Source of Conflict

Three in ten people -2.1billion- do not have access to safe drinking water and six in ten people -4.5 billion- have no safe sanitation facilities (Re.UN World Water Report 2019 -Fig.2015). The UN ...

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29 March 2019

Europe needs to be less naive in the face of increased global competition

We are witnessing an important shift in Europe’s competition policy towards foreign direct investment. EU’s authorities are prepared to take all necessary measures to strengthen control ...

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15 March 2019

Tackling Climate Change will depend on the Efforts of each and every one of us

The fight against climate change will obviously require global solidarity. But behind the fine words, we need to raise individual awareness. It is easy to blame the international institutions, the ...

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15 March 2019

Why do Autocratic Leaders go abroad for Medical Treatment?

This debate has been re-launched during the hospitalisation of Algeria’s President Bouteflika in the Swiss city of Geneva. The Pt Bouteflika suffered a stroke in 2013 and had also been ...

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28 February 2019

On Earth and in Space: « Our Waste products »

Waste generation rates are rising across the world. With rapid population growth, annual waste generation is expected to increase by 70% from 2016 levels to 3.40 billion tonnes in 2050 (Re: World ...

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28 February 2019

Europe is lagging behind in the race for technological Supremacy

Today, the US is forging ahead in key areas of the tech sector, and China is not far behind. Of course, most governments in the EU are aware of the technological challenges facing European firms. ...

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