The governmental disarray in which Italy has recently found itself is, to say the least, disconcerting. Having to deal with the corona virus crisis was far from being the only issue at hand in the governance of Italy, in the last months.
The EU has often been praised for its contribution on the outcome of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was endorsed by the UN Security Council Resolution 2231 showing that a significant amount of trust existed amongst each signatory and the international community.
The EU has landed in hot water following its row with Anglo-Swedish Covid vaccine-producer AstraZeneca and the European Commission’s decision to frustrate efforts to transport shipments from EU countries to the UK. Why did the EU feel the need to take such drastic steps and what will the distribution of vaccines look like in Europe in the coming months?
The Second World War veteran, Captain Sir Tom Moore, who on his 100th birthday, raised just under £33 million for the NHS during the first lockdown in April, has passed away from COVID-19 related complications in hospital on the 2nd February 2021.
Stan culture is something that is easily recognisable on the internet, obsessive fans that coordinate and communicate express their love for their beloved idol.Many have collective names for example BTS have their “ARMY” and Beyonce has the “ BeyHive''. These groups have been around for years but in recent years stan culture has moved towards politicians. “Stans'' hold great power on the internet and collectively promote various causes, celebrities and now politicians, but what influence does this have on our political climate?
The old expression, “The house always wins”, says that all gambling is set up so that the house will always make a profit through design. Either that or the house manipulates your outcome because, due to the volatility of your cards drawn, they have restricted your hand to hit only. To the ordinary person, the game would seem rigged.