Globalization

Nobody wants Wuhan 2.0

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 7, 2023.

Three years ago, the northern Italian region of Lombardy was the most frequent entry point for the then little-known COVID-19 virus in Europe. One of...

The unattainable fame of Pelé - what is the handicap of today's football stars?

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - December 29, 2022.

Some current or future football players will surpass the records that Pelé set more than half a century ago, but none of them will surpass...

Familiarise yourself with AI in 2023 - it's about time

Technology Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - December 28, 2022.

If your company or organisation has not yet started using AI in its work, it is high time to start in 2023. You are already...

Who killed democracy on social media? It wasn't Elon Musk

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - December 21, 2022.

How many of the 17.5 million people who voted on whether Elon Musk should remain Twitter CEO really thought he would quit if the majority...

World cup - battlefield and peace conference

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - November 26, 2022.

Diego Maradona considered his two goals and victory over England at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico to be revenge for Argentina’s defeat in the...

Is there life after Twitter?

Companies Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - November 18, 2022.

Elon Musk was delighted when he took over Twitter and "set the bird free". But there are many who were not so lucky. It seems,...

Qatar and the world before and after the World Cup: Changes for which money is not enough

Globalization Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - November 8, 2022.

Will Qatar be a different country after December 18 and the World Cup final? It certainly will, but perhaps the more important question is whether...

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