Why Norwegians Are So Happy, Healthy, And Wise
While many consider Norwegians, to be, amongst the happiest people in the world,t they also experience longer, healthier, life expectancies, and an inner wisdom and self confidence, others often seem to envy. Although the weather is often, on the colder and windier side, their air quality is among the best in the world. This nation, which only in the last few decades, was transformed into a relatively wealthy one, because of discovering large amounts of oil, most of the power used, is not from fossil fuels but hydroelectric.
An Overview of India’s Highway Modernisation Projects
According to official Census, around two percent of India’s roads, which are national highways, facilitate more than 40 percent of inland trade via metropolitan cities. This strain, coupled with aging infrastructure, obsolete technology, and inadequate facilities, has posed several challenges to the growing economy and its motorists.
Five Confidential Reasons Why the Middle East Crisis Will Spread to Africa
The Middle East is in disputes for decades. However, now it may well become a part of a far more extensive problem that will influence the entire East Africa region, which may become a playground for power plays between the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and China. “A crisis in the Gulf is playing out in dramatic form in Somalia and the wider Horn of Africa.
Berlin: Lessons We Should Have Learned
How many times have we heard about the importance of learning from history, yet, we continue to witness, our failure, to do so, in a relevant, sustainable, significant manner? The lessons we should have learned, from looking at the history and events related to Berlin, and Germany, as a whole, should make us more alert, and prepared to do, whatever is necessary, to protect our rights, freedoms, and liberties, which Americans, take for granted. Merely looking at the history and events of the twentieth century, provides many lessons, which, if we were wiser, would change many perceptions, and reduce much…
What Is Happenning in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
On February 28, President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker visited Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of his tour of the Western Balkans, countries-candidates for membership in the European Union. During his stay in Sarajevo, he said that the possible time for the country’s entry into the EU is 2025. He added that this can happen only if all conditions exist, but did not name them.