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Are we heading towards a recession?

In recent months we have often heard the words “approaching recession” being thrown around in the media. Although recessions occur naturally – on average, once every four years – they have a strong negative connotation for most of us. Let’s dig into this claim and see what to expect in the coming months. Economic recessions
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In the shadows of Russia’s psyche

How Putin’s psyops is keeping everyone on their toes

“Russia is blackmailing Ukraine and the whole world”, was the answer by Dmitry, a Kyiv resident, when asked to share his thoughts about the increasing Russian military numbers at the Ukraine border. Amidst the growing tensions, diplomatic talks, and geopolitical strategies, the “what if Russia invades” discussions are the most read and prioritised topic in
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Deterioration of Freedom of Press in Central Europe

The constant, calculated, and systematic attacks on the fourth estate of democracy, media, leave it wobbling and weak. All around the world, there are plenty of examples of authoritarian leaders, such as Lukashenko or Erdogan, seizing control of the media market and making it a pro-government propaganda machine. Even in the past decade, EU members
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