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Renewing Navajo Nation after the Conclusion of Coal

In Arizona, coal mines remain in heavy operation, with the majority of their employees being members of the Navajo Nation.

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Transitional Justice in South Sudan

The Peace Agreement signed in 2018 covers not only the necessary political, military and institutional changes, but also dedicates a whole chapter of its articles to transitional justice. With this mechanism there is hope that the highly corroded social fabric can heal gradually for the benefit of the population.

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The Synergism of Food and Technology

Lab grown burgers, 3D-printed food, and food substitutes represent the modern-day food revolution.

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In the Fashion Industry, Woke is the New Black

As glamorous as the world of fashion may seem, there are many serious issues that plague the industry. Only through making drastic changes that keep the plight of other humans and the Earth in mind can companies start to create a more positive impact in the world of fashion.

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The Implications of Africa-China Relations

The Chinese government over the past few years has been working towards strengthening its ties with Africa with an elaboration on it’s vision for development on the continent. In this pursuit, the aim of China is to access resources, foreign markets, and boost its own global influence. 

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Wow Air: The Story of a Bankruptcy That Threatens an Entire Economy

Last March the Icelandic company Wow Air cancelled its flights and announced the cessation of its operations.  The breakdown means the loss of more than a thousand jobs, and, according to the country’s Central Bank, may greatly impact the nation’s economy. 

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International Sports Events: A Risky Bet

Importantly, the sports festival brought economic gains equivalent to 1.1% of the Russian economy and employed thousands of people. However, in the past couple of decades, the hosts of the world’s greatest international sport events have incurred significant economic losses.

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