• Student debt is disproportionately held by the richer half of the population

    Student debt is a growing problem in the United States, and recent studies have shown that it is disproportionately held by the richer half of the population. This is a surprising trend, as many people assume that student debt is primarily a problem for low-income individuals.

  • India is a rising star, while China's future is murky

    India is often referred to as a “rising star” in the global economy, thanks to its strong economic growth and large population. The country has been growing at a steady pace for several years and is projected to continue growing in the future.

  • Europe's neutral countries are facing a new world

    In the past, Europe has been home to a number of “neutral” countries that have sought to maintain a neutral stance in international relations. These countries, such as Sweden, Switzerland and Austria, have traditionally sought to avoid aligning themselves with any particular military alliance or political bloc. However, in recent years, the rapidly changing global political and security landscape is forcing these neutral countries to re-evaluate their positions and adapt to the new world.

  • The Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity

    Climate change is one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time, and it is having a significant impact on biodiversity. Biodiversity refers to the variety of life on Earth, including the variety of species, ecosystems, and genetic diversity. Climate change is altering the Earth’s climate, leading to changes in weather patterns, sea levels, and other factors that can have a major impact on biodiversity.

  • The age of globalization isn’t returning any time soon

    Globalization, the process of increased interconnectedness and interdependence among countries, has been a major force shaping the world economy in the past several decades. However, the current trend suggests that the age of globalization may be coming to an end, at least for the foreseeable future.