Rat-Race in Heels: Bourgeois Feminism is Not Progressive
Last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 826 into law. The legislation mandates that by the end of 2021, all publicly traded companies headquartered in California must include a minimum of two women on five-member boards of directors and a minimum of three women on boards with six or more members
China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world
Analysts who follow global geopolitical trends frequently come across the phrase: “the 21st century belongs to China”. To lend credibility to the claim, they often mention China’s $1 trillion “one belt, one road” initiative. Through this huge initiative, China is supporting infrastructureprojects in strategically-located developing countries while extending loans for those projects.
Elections in Brazil: The Fight for the geopolitical future
Elections will take place in Brazil on October 7th. The right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro (Social liberal party) and Lula's successor - Fernando Haddad (Workers party, PT) are the most likely candidates for the office of president.
US Should Be Blamed On Russian Aircraft Loss
While Russia blamed Israel for the tragic loss of a Russian military aircraft with 15 personnel onboard, off the Syrian coast, Israel blamed Syria and US blamed Iran while nobody noted on that if it wasn’t for the American blind support of Israel’s violation to the international laws this incident would have never happened