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30.Ago.2021
The effects of the epidemic on the economy and employment have prompted many young Europeans to reconsider their plans of moving out of their parents’ homes.
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29.Jul.2021
The new Israeli government engages in intense diplomatic activity to improve relations with its Arab neighbors and contain Iran.
19.Jul.2021
Pinterest bans all advertising that encourages weight loss due to the recent uptick in eating disorders, becoming the first social network to do so.
30.Jun.2021
Using the same technology as cryptocurrencies, “non-fungible tokens” allow for originals in the world of digital art, and their sale.
24.Jun.2021
The reform of the assisted suicide law follows the trend this type of regulation tends to bring with it: once passed, it ends up expanding access to more and more cases. 
11.Jun.2021
Multiple countries have increased child benefits to offset the consequences of the pandemic on household economies.
4.Jun.2021
Several authors propose curiosity and open-mindedness as antidotes to the sluggishness brought on by the pandemic.
25.May.2021
Shrinking birth rates could slow down China’s economic growth if its laws to control population growth don’t change.
18.May.2021
Surges in costs and supply chain disruptions are pushing large European brands to bring back previously outsourced production from Asia, where thousands of jobs are being lost.
13.May.2021
Within cyberspace regulation, there is a growing tendency to claim “national sovereignty” over what was initially conceived as a global and non-governmental network.
4.May.2021
The Conference is open to the participation of all citizens, so that they can offer their opinion and make proposals concerning the direction the EU should take.