Youth was meant to be the vision of a prosperous and thriving European society, which, undoubtedly, in the last five years is in recession and is struggling to stand against a complete collapse. As long as the regulators of the zone do not try to attempt some sort of adjustment towards a final solution which… Read More Youth Unemployment: Scourging the Eurozone from it’s Base
Seven days a week, the weather-beaten Indian laborers work hard in the rural area in the province of Latina (near Rome, IT). In order to keep up the inhumane work-rhythm imposed by the “owners” and to not feel the pain, they need to take many times performance-enhancing drugs and pain killers. A form of doping lived… Read More Modern Slavery in Italian Rural Areas: Sikh Community at Risk
Before we began our descent into Doha International, I was staring absent-mindedly out of the window across the clarity of the diamond night sky over the desert. All of a sudden, my line of sight was drawn downwards toward an intense orange glow beneath the thick, bulbous grey covering of cloud. The landscape was punctured… Read More A Dive into Qatar: Are We Looking at the Future?
In 2009, a computer genius known as Satoshi Nakamoto launched the first transaction of Bitcoin, a completely decentralized electronic currency. During the last five years, the crypto-currency went through ups and downs, but it’s also true that it gained a sort of immortality, bringing to light countless altcoins – that is to say, virtual independent coins. On… Read More PotCoin Is the New Crypto-Currency for all weed-lovers. Happy 4/20!!
On 11 March 2011, the massive earthquake and tsunamis that hit various areas of Japan – causing a nuclear meltdown in some parts of the country – bent the population on its knees and brought the nation’s nuclear program to an end. Currently, the new government is seriously considering to slowly reinstate it, at the order of the… Read More Japan On the Way to Reinstate Nuclear Program: No Room for Mistakes
Every time you go on a longer trip outside of the city, you’ll see trucks full of stuff for us to consume or stuff that has already been consumed. This is the most apparent visual for logistics, the transportation of goods all across countries, oceans and continents to trade goods between countries, companies and people.… Read More The End of Logistics on the basis of the Fast-Fashion Industry and 3d Printing
Nigeria is about to become the biggest economy in Africa. This news may leave some readers frowning. The African continent has recorded in the last decade a steadily growing economic performance, and South Africa was the spearhead of this revival. However, over the last few years, rumors have spread about the rise of another giant:… Read More Nigeria, A Matter of Numbers