Google overwhelms Europe’s internet searcher market, an after-effect U.S. government attorneys are examining as they begin suing Google. Europe fined Google in the past three years almost $10 billion for antitrust infringement; however, how much has changed?
President Joe Biden presented the “America Is Back” narrative at the Munich Security Council 2021, plans to improve Trans-Atlantic ties and work closely with US allies.
While observers focus on Turkey’s growing proximity with Russia, they forget that there are a number of geo-political divergences.
The final proverbial ‘nail-in-the-coffin’ moment for the bloc and its ideology may be what is unfolding in front of our eyes right now. The ongoing pandemic has exposed several fault lines in an already faltering EU.
By declaring their harbors as unsafe, the EU countries have turned their back on thousands of asylum-seekers taking dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean to escape conflict, persecution, and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa.
The world is shivering with coronavirus pandemic concerns but it seems the US and Iran have more important things to discuss: WARMONGERING…
Trump’s latest tariff hike directly hits the world’s biggest aeroplane company Airbus, and at the very same time, intends to help the struggling American planemaker Boeing.
Boris Johnson achieved what he promised, but his formula of Brexit is nothing but Americanization of the UK market in disguise.
British lawmakers on Friday approved Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal in a landmark moment after three years of political bickering that sets the United Kingdom firmly on course to leave the European Union next month.
Boris Johnson loses fresh bid for snap election again British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday again failed in his attempt to call for a snap election in December amid the political deadlock over the UK’s departure from the European…