Daily Management Review
World & Politics

British Digital ID for $30

According to senior officials of the British Government, to which refers Financial Times, now Dark Web  (the invisible segment of the Internet inaccessible to search engines, anonymous and defended) serves as a marketplace for personal information of tens of thousands of Britons, including...

Indian Education Goes Abroad

India's population exceeds 1.2 billion people, and it is not surprising that foreign universities are fighting for a place in the rapidly growing market of education in this country. What is much more interesting, there is also a reversed process, going side-by-side: Indian universities are...

The Permanent Leader of Zimbabwe Received a Chinese Peace Prize

China awarded President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, governing the country since 1980, the Confucius Peace Prize, which is an analogue of the Nobel Peace Prize and is awarded for "contribution to the world’s peace from the eastern point of view." As noted in the decision of the Confucius Peace Prize...

Turkey May Not Receive ‘Carte Blanche’

European Union grants Turkey “3 billion euros”, in return the latter will control migration influx into Europe, while there are talks that Turks may receive free visas into Europe. Turkey receives “3 billion euros” from the European Union so as to facilitate the “travel visas”; while there are...

Is Britain Stronger in Europe?

Research Center of Economics and Business has prepared a report according to which the withdrawal from the EU would deprive the British economy of a number of advantages. At the same time, the decision to remain within the EU, ready to carry out market reforms, may bring additional £ 58 billion and...

Flight MH17 Investigation Turned Into A Chess-Blame Game

The investigation regarding the Flight MH17 being hit by a missile continues to entertain a blame game. An investigation Dutch team brought to light the culprit behind the crash of “Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17” which collapsed after being hit by a missile upon eastern Ukraine, with “298 people on...

Turkey Brings Down Unidentified Drone Violating its Air Space

Even as the ownership remains in confusion, Turkish warplanes shot down an unidentified drone in Turkish air space near Syria on Friday.   While a US official said that Washington suspected that the unidentified drone belonged to the Russian army, the Russian defense ministry clarified that...

Rebel Towns in North of Homs Targeted by Syrian Army and Russian Jets

Targeting a long-held and strategic enclave of opposition to President Bashar al-Assad, Syrian troops and their allies, backed by Russian jets, attacked rebel-held towns north of the city of Homs on Thursday.   This offensive that started before dawn was preceded by over a week of ground...

As Syrian Army Prepares an Assault, Isis battles insurgents near Aleppo

While the Syrian army is preparing an offensive of its own backed by Iranian soldiers and Russian jets, the Islamic State of Isis militants is reported to have battled rival insurgent groups on Wednesday north of the city of Aleppo.   Islamic State fighters took control of part of the towns...

Forced by Climate Change, Pacific Nations Beg to Rich Nations for Help for Islanders

In case the people in the countries are forced to flee their homelands because of the consequences of climate change, the wealthy countries should to help their people migrate and find work.   This is the plea that Pacific island nations have sent to the wealthy countries.   The last...
1 ... « 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 » ... 110