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Libyan Oil

The devastating effect on Libya’s oil production is caused by a state of civil war since the Arab Spring protests of 2011, which led to an immediate outbreak of civil war in which Muammar Gaddafi was overthrown, and a second outbreak in 2014 which is on-going and looks set to worsen. Libya has the biggest

Dealing with Unemployment In Covid-19 Times

Governments may need to go as far as directly employing to deal with pandemic fall out even, only governments are in a position to supply the capital to support a flexible labour force that can go where needed and do the emergency work that is needed. Privatized responses to pandemic needs can be seen time

Turkmenistan Economy Vs Other Corrupt Governments

Turkmenistan is on the verge of an economic catastrophe due to hyperinflation and food shortages. The country has consistently ranked low on transparency, corruption and human rights as it stagnates under the nearly thirty years of dictatorship of Saparmurat Niyazow and Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow respectively . The government are the only ones with the power to

Do you think that Bitcoin is a Ponzi Scheme

blockchain’s model of secure decentralised storage of data will revolutionise secure database technology even if it does not overtake Fiat Currency . It is set to revolutionise how contracts, banks, and artistic royalties function and is likely to diversify in time, possibly revolutionising politics, legal and financial systems beyond recognition in the long run also.

Gospel Spread in Roman Empire

Today Christianity has become the world’s largest religion, with 2.3 billion followers worldwide and During the 1st century CE until 380 CE Christianity spread from being an offshoot of the Jewish faith to the state religion of the Roman Empire . In Christianity all are equal not just a chosen few or certain race, this

Separating the Church from State

The concept of the separation of church and state came out of the enlightenment and the firm understanding of secularism and religious freedom being the correct foundation for society . The separation of church and state minimises the tendencies of a group that claim to be morally unquestionable, and use this claim to persecute minorities

Stealing Opponents’ Land- Syrian Government

A pro-government militia and the government-controlled “Peasants’ Unions” were involved in seizing and auctioning these lands to government supporters. Syrian authorities are unlawfully confiscating the homes and lands of Syrians who fled Syrian-Russian military attacks in Idlib and Hama governorates. Peasants’ Unions are supposed to help protect farmers’ rights, but have become one more tool

Techno-Authoritarianism Gone Global

Beijing’s technological ambitions are not just directly coercive, however. The Chinese government also hopes to harness its vast surveillance power to the larger ideological project of the state, which combines authoritarianism with practical efficiency to meet the needs of the country’s vast populace. Ubiquitous monitoring allows Beijing to control its enormous bureaucracy, which is rife

Slavery Reparations Bill-US Congress

The US Congress will take a historic step on April 14, 2021 when a congressional committee is to vote on a slavery reparations bill, Human Rights Watch .H.R. 40 would establish a federal commission to study the legacy of slavery in the United States and its ongoing harm and develop proposals for redress and repair,

Learning from Islam

Islam is one of the most widely followed religions, having nearly a quarter of Earth’s inhabitants as followers, and is the world’s fastest growing faith. Islamic world had historically been a bridge of knowledge between the Ancient World and the European Renaissance that eventually gave rise to modern science and the modern world. This process