Do you think we'll see any policy changes (new policy proposals, not ones that have been in the works) that will positively impact our power grid going forward to avoid situations like the one we're in now?
تحصیل حق ماست"
"Education is our right"
"مرگ بر دشمنان دانایی"
"Death to enemies of Knowledge"
The Taliban are firing over the heads of the protesting women to scare off crowds
"The Anglo-Saxons had a few sanctions. They switched to sabotage, it's unbelievable, but the fact is that by organizing explosions on the Nord Stream international gas pipelines that run along the bottom of the Baltic Sea, they actually began to destroy the pan-European energy infrastructure," the head of Russia said at the ceremony of adopting new regions into Russia.
Today is World Events Wednesday. I'll be posting a lot of links and video from all over the world. Where in the world do you wish you knew more about?
It can now be confirmed that North Korea did fire a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time since 2017. How should Japan respond? Is a response necessary?