Europe, The Netherlands, Politics
Science & Tech, World
The European Union has been dealt some heavy blows in the recent past by the successful Brexit referendum in the UK and the continuous rise of EU skeptical parties in countries all over Europe threatening to follow suit. The Dutch National Election could’ve been another setback.
Americas, USA, Politics
Since the dawn of mankind the human race has kept evolving, making its mark on planet earth in more ways than one, some of which weren’t exactly harmless to the world we happen to walk or, in this case, drive upon. One of which are cars. Unfortunately, electric cars don’t necessarily have fewer emissions, so they are not an immediate solution to the problem.
Europe, Germany, Human Rights, Politics
The US presidential election and the candidate’s campaigns have dominated most of 2016 and seemed to painfully stretch out longer than they actually were, filled with scandals and surprises alike. One of which is the planned revocation of the Affordable Care Act to replace it with Trumpcare. What could sound scarier?
Europe, Iceland, Politics
Germany and the Refugee Crisis – Actio et reactio is the third law of motion by Isaac Newton which says: “When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.”
This could have been the story about the rise of a modern political movement, firmly rooted in the 21st century, to come to power in an European country.