Earlier this month, the European Parliament voted to ban the sale of internal combustion engine (ICE) cars, such as petrol and diesel vehicles, by 2035, in order to decrease by

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Nearly four months ago Russia invaded Ukraine and since then the western world has been watching real images of war in Europe, something that we could never imagine before February

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Last year’s predictions were of strong economic rebound, with the scenario painted by economists resembling the “roaring twenties”, a period of consumerism following a tragic pandemic. Fast forward some months

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With the recent influx of migrants from Ukraine to the European Union, the role of migration in solving the problem of an aging population in the EU has been brought

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The Chinese Zero-Covid policy, carried out to prevent any community spread of the virus, has kept almost 28 million people in Shanghai trapped in their homes for the past weeks. 

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The war in Ukraine has caused massive human suffering already, but, as The Economist describes in its March 12 edition, a new calamity looms. It is still unclear whether Ukraine

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On the 24th of February, the president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, began the invasion of Ukraine, pursuing the announced objectives of “demilitarization” and “guarantee of neutrality” of the

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The 24th of February 2022 came to change the course of the world and, namely, of Europe. The Russian army launched its first attacks on Ukrainian soil around 3AM (Lisbon

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Due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, there have been several sanctions applied to Russia by different countries, and lately one of the most talked-about, and already agreed upon by the European

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According to the Regulatory Entity of Energetic Services (ERSE), prices of gasoline have risen on average 17 cents per litter while those of diesel 20 cents per litter (Público, 2022).

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