Globalization is in trouble. A populist backlash, personified by U.S. President Donald Trump, is in full swing.
The latest U.S. data proves the world is in its steepest freefall ever—and the old economic and political playbooks don’t apply.
The last global economic crisis was a financial heart attack. This one might be a full-body seizure.
Leaders of the world’s largest economies must recognize that a return to “normal” in our globalized world is not possible.
This study looks to extract the public relations models (James Grunig) practiced in post disaster diplomacy by the Algerian government related to the 21 May 2003.
This study aims to analyze the food security situation in the Maghreb countries during the period 2005-2015, through analysis of the indicators of agricultural resources.
They are the creative ideas that transformed the whole country from the stage of silence and tranquility in all fields to the stage of self-realization economically