From rocky relations with China following the eruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, to the 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus checks, the country has been at the top of every headline about economics. Now it’s showing up on the headlines for a different reason: inflation.
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The Convention aimed to criminalize all sorts of violence, whether it be physical, sexual or psychological, towards all minorities, most importantly women and people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
Even though the debate mainly concerned the applicability, and the scope of application of Article 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act, what is at stake is the livelihood of Americans.
“The Lebanese model established since the end of the civil war in 1990 has failed. it was a house of glass, and it has shattered beyond any hope of return” says Fawaz Gerges, professor at LSE.
Prof. Yunus has created the concept of microcredit and microloans through his amazing work throughout the years, earning him numerous awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize.
As 2021 is just around the corner, and with the raging financial crises due to the global pandemic, one question is certain: will cryptocurrencies be able to replace the current monetary system in place?
The Google case, and the Big Tech investigation showcases the government’s discontent with the industry, specifically concerning fair competition, and lack thereof.
The Privacy Shield, which aimed to protect Europeans’ personal data, was struck down this July as a result of the ECJ’s Schrems II case. What does this mean for data privacy, and the impact on Europeans and companies?