Politics

How beef with China can cost Australia its actual beef business

By now, we are all well versed in the gist of the pandemic we are currently living through. Well-versed might even be an understatement; over the course of the year, seemingly all news outlets have focused on the pandemic or subjects related to it almost exclusively. Majority of us have familiarized ourselves with the statement
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Guide to Kremlin’s Power Vertical, constitutional public vote, and more..

What does the future hold for Russia with new constitutional changes? What do these changes mean to Putin's Power Vertical?

It is not a secret that Vladimir Putin is the de facto leader of Russia, and it is doubtful to expect any changes in his status quo by the end of his presidential term in 2024. For the past 20 years, Putin has faced no equivalent-to-his-greatness rivalry for the post of president or prime minister.
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Tara Reade’s Forgotten Story

Joe Biden, Uncontested Over Sexual Allegations

The #MeToo movement has opened many doors for women – giving them a safe environment to come forward, testify, and wield the hammer of justice. Cases like Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, and 200 more, exemplify the power women have regained to topple these men from their thrones. However, it seems the roots of the #MeToo
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Fixing the Ship of State’s Helm

Fixing the ship of state’s helm Polarization is affecting our society tremendously. Over the last decades, many (western) countries have become increasingly individualistic. Many well-educated people no longer identify with their country, flag or nationality, but mostly identify with their recently acquired education or job, salary or social class. It seems as if every country
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