Globalization

The African Union cannot solve the continent's security issues alone - can the G20 come to its aid?

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 19, 2024.

African leaders continue to fail to find a shared response to the enormous security issues disturbing the continent and keeping its development stuck in a...

Israel's participation in the Olympics in Paris – an inappropriate parallel with Russia's suspension

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 4, 2024.

Israel will still have competitors at this month's World Aquatics Championships in Qatar, even though until recently, their participation was uncertain due to concerns for...

The global economy is retreating into the borders drawn by geopolitics

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 15, 2024.

There is probably no better place than the annual World Economic Forum, which starts today in Davos, to discuss one of the principal disruptive global...

Enlargement has not made the BRICS a true rival to the G7

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 12, 2024.

One of the more significant motives for expanding the BRICS was creating a stronger rivalry with the G7 and an economic and political alternative to...

The world will become even more visa-free in 2024

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 2, 2024.

Travel plans for millions globally will be eased from the start of the year, given that trends of visa waivers continue as governments seek to...

That Christmas Thing

UK Catriona M. Munro, TA Editor in Chief - December 25, 2023.

Christmas, of course, arrives annually in a multifarious variety in many different countries, regardless of any national religion.  I’ve experienced how it’s celebrated throughout Europe,...

A white Christmas - why are there fewer chances to ever have one again?

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - December 23, 2023.

There aren't many options left if you want to spend Christmas in a snowy setting. One sure option is to travel to Lapland, to Santa's...

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