Support Taiwan’s inclusion in the post-COVID-19 global public health network

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, there have more than 40 million cases and more than one million deaths around the world. The virus has had an enormous impact on global politics, employment, economics, trade and financial systems, and significantly impacted the global efforts to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), writes Dr….

The responsibility of leadership

In the history of warfare, from time immemorial, the leaders of the participating countries take responsibility for their deeds, whether this means exulting in victory and triumph, or falling on their swords in bitter defeat, writes Philippe Jeaune. Such has been the case during the times of Alexander the Great, Tamerlane, Bonaparte and even Stalin….

Brussels Airport Winter Schedule

Sunday 25 October marks the beginning of the winter season for the aviation sector. This year Brussels offers flights to 120 destinations both in and outside Europe. Above all, Brussels Airport is seeking to make travel safe, thanks in part to the pre-departure tests required for many destinations. From 25 October to 25 March 40…

Third Armenia-Azerbaijan Ceasefire Risks Collapse

A ceasefire brokered by the USA in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the mountainous frontier territory of Nagorno Karabakh has broken down in acrimony minutes after it came into effect earlier today. This is the third negotiated ceasefire in the dispute to risk collapse. Two earlier attempts failed to hold. Armenia has accused…