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Space Corp.

One small step for a private company, one giant leap for the private sector.

For the first time since the Space Shuttle was decommissioned in 2011, American astronauts were launched aboard an American spacecraft from American soil. On Saturday May 30th, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken took off from Cape Canaveral in a SpaceX vehicle, and successfully docked with the ISS on Sunday morning. The event marked the first time that a private company has been contracted (and, crucially, trusted) by NASA to perform such a delicate

The impact of Covid-19 on Trade Liberalisation, Globalisation and Geopolitics

The current Covid-19 emergency has caught everyone unprepared and it has shown us that Western countries are too dependent on China and other emerging countries for the production of many goods, especially drugs and medical supplies. Fortunately, this is changing. Governments have already taken measures to ensure greater self-sufficiency on the production of essential items,

Michael Flynn – The Victim of a Rogue FBI

“This is not the department of let’s see if we can get away with it, and it is not the department of let’s see who we can get fired. It is the department of justice.” – Trey Gowdy

RussiaGate – The FBI probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia – feels like it happened a lifetime ago, but new revelations in the case against Mike Flynn temporarily brought new attention to this period. While the question of whether or not there was any collusion is a matter that has been