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Djoković Pays the Price for Not Being a Ball Player
Society
Djoković Pays the Price for Not Being a Ball Player
January 28, 2022

It is only in that larger, trans-generational framework, crossing time, space, and successive historical eras, that Novak Djoković’s conduct in the face of Australian chicanery can be properly understood.

How Europeans Get Energy to Heat Their Homes
January 27, 2022

“Natural gas is the cleanest burning and fastest growing fossil fuel, now accounting for about a quarter of global electricity generation. But its longer-term use is uncertain in a transition to net zero energy systems” – iea.org.

How Europeans Get Energy to Heat Their Homes
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Cracks Open Up in America’s Fragile Leadership Over Ukraine Crisis
World
Cracks Open Up in America’s Fragile Leadership Over Ukraine Crisis
January 27, 2022

The world is realizing the price for American hegemony and vanity is criminally insane as the Ukraine debacle demonstrates amply.

China Has a New Ferocious Critic
January 26, 2022

Recently, the Eastern European nation of Lithuania began to fiercely criticize China on all fronts – from human rights to technology – and simultaneously engage with Taiwan. This behavior was readily supported by Washington and Brussels. What stands behind it?

China Has a New Ferocious Critic
INFOGRAPHICS
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