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Report: Raisi’s economic plan in Iran is unrealistic and difficult to achieve

A report by the Atlantic Council, a think tank in Washington, confirmed that the biggest challenge that the new Iranian president, Ebrahim Raisi, will...

“In search of jobs”..Lebanese flee the economic crisis towards West Africa

When banks began to collapse and protest demonstrations swept the streets in October 2019, Moussa Khoury refused to leave Lebanon, as well as after...
A "German proposal worth billions of dollars" to reconstruct the port of Beirut

A “German proposal worth billions of dollars” to reconstruct the port of Beirut

Two informed sources that Germany will present, next week, a proposal worth billions of dollars to the Lebanese authorities for the reconstruction of the...
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What’s after the outbreak: Challenges of the new political geography of Latin America

The Union of South American Nations (USAN), for his part, awaits his turn at bat while events unfold that may change the political direction...
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Spain suffers the biggest economic collapse in the EU, with an 18.5% drop in...

The Spanish economy is the most affected by the coronavirus crisis within the European Union, as reflected in the collapse of its Gross Domestic...
Greece Turkey War 2020 latest battle

A war between Greece and Turkey, as assessed by the experts

The head of the Greek Ministry of Defense, Nikos Panagiotopoulos, speaking of his country's readiness to protect its sovereign rights, did not rule out...