The energy crisis has proved to be a serious challenge for the strength of the European economy. Record high gas prices in 2022 hurt the competitiveness of European industries and forced them to look for more suitable conditions to work in. Simultaneously with the crisis in the Old World, an anti-inflation law was passed across the Atlantic, containing generous subsidies for companies willing to develop a green economy.
Day: January 24, 2023
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The European Parliament’s “Special Tribunal” Isn’t What It Seems
Far from being the creative legal instrument for bringing alleged war criminals to justice like its supporters have spun it as, this newly created structure is emblematic of the West’s so-called “rules-based order” wherein this collection of countries seeks to unilaterally impose its will onto all others under faux legal pretexts.