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23 February 2018

Online Fraud is poised for exponential growth, thanks to our new lifestyles

The cost of online fraud in terms of damages to society is already considerable. Victims are individuals, companies, public administrations etc.. Cyber criminals have drained worldwide $146.3 ...
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23 February 2018

Despite the weight of criticism, a majority of European citizens continue to enjoy Monarchies

Taxpayers are giving increased attention to the use of public money. That is why budgets allocated to Royal Courts in Europe are often fiercely debated in National Parliaments. Today, Kings and ...
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9 February 2018

We must stand firm against the Police State that is knocking at our door

Since the failed coup of July 2016 Turkish authorities have arrested over 50,000 people. Only a few days ago 11 senior members of the Turkish Medical Association were arrested for voicing ...
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9 February 2018

Doing Business in one of the World's most worrying trouble spots

The fifth most populous country in the world is a powder keg. And the least one can say about Pakistan is that its fight against terrorism is not very credible. In spite of this, many leaders ...
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26 January 2018

The huge challenge facing European goverments: the return of IS fighters to their home country.

The army of the Caliphate has collapsed. However, its defeated soldiers are still seeking to enter Europe. It is estimated that more than 30,000 foreign fighters joined the self-declared Islamic ...
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26 January 2018

A hazy idea that could undermine the entire Society

Good intentions do not make a policy. In fact, the idea of an unconditional basic income (UBI) for everyone has been around for a long time. Today, more and more individuals especially amongst the ...
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12 January 2018

One of the major Challenges facing the World Now and in the Future

The financial losses resulting from earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires amounted to $306 billion in 2017 (Fig. Swiss Re). This represents an increase of 62% in comparison with the $188 billion ...
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12 January 2018

The early Death of Diesel is the perfect example of inconsistent Policies

For decades, public discourse, primarily in Europe, prompted people to buy diesel-powered vehicles. Public leaders have used two main arguments, over and over again : less pollution and fiscal ...
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15 December 2017

Whatever some experts may claim, a cashless society is not imminent

People who are addicted to cash payments are often singled out as targets. Indeed, public authorities consider that they are all potential tax evaders. And other institutions such as banks consider ...
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15 December 2017

We have to look the truth in the eyes: millions of people will be unemployable

We have entered an era in which technological developments are fast-moving. The employability of young men and women will clearly depend on their capacity to master these new technologies. It is ...
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