Rebeka Papp

US Democratic States And High Coronavirus Infection Rate: Causation Or Correlation?

When the novel coronavirus first emerged in the United States, statistics showed that Democratic-led states in the US were more severely hit by the disease and its economic and human consequences than their Republican counterparts. The most severely affected states were New York and California. Many critics of the Democratic […]

Climate Change To Threaten Peace

As the COVID-19 global virus emerged, the focus largely shifted from other global issues, such as climate change, to the fight of the coronavirus. In some countries and regions, it was even reported that the air pollution had dramatically decreased during the lockdown, implying falsely that a positive change in […]

The Background Of The Upcoming Belarusian Presidential Elections

The approaching presidential elections of Belarus are preceded by political tension as Lukashenko is trying to keep his position as president. According to the public experience, the incumbent president after 25 years seems to lack the support of the electorate. Instead, they give their support to Viktor Babaryko and Valery […]

Relations To Worsen Between North And South Korea

On June 16, North Korea blew up a liaison office and de-facto South Korean embassy that represented the détente between the two countries. North Korean officials, including Kim Jong Un’s younger sister, who is believed to follow her brother as the leader of North Korea after his death, justified their […]