If there ever was a May Day

If there ever was a May Day

by Jesmond Saliba There have not been many International Workers’ Days, down the decades, as significant as this one. The socially-mobile, knowledge-based, IT-powered economies that power contemporary society have remoulded…
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When oil became waste

When oil became waste

By David Gaffen The magnitude of how damaged the energy industry is came into full view on April 20 when the benchmark price of U.S. oil futures, which had never…
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The children of Covid-19

The children of Covid-19

by Jesmond Saliba The post-millennial generation is only starting to make its way into the world, but it now finds everything in complete upheaval. Children and young people will have…
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Minding our SMEs’ business

Minding our SMEs’ business

by Jesmond Saliba It seems obvious today that there is a symbiotic relation between national health and the economy. What is less immediately obvious is that anxiety is causing as…
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Who loves the nation most?

Who loves the nation most?

by Jesmond Saliba The Covid-19 epidemic is stoking a fresh sense of nationalism around the world that has gone missing for several generations. The widespread return to identity symbolism and…
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First in, last out

First in, last out

by Jesmond Saliba Tourism was the first sector to feel the brunt of the coronavirus and, given the overlapping nature of the situation, it may be the last to emerge…
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Let Europe rise!

Let Europe rise!

by Jesmond Saliba, Nathanael Muscat, Keith Zahra As the world grapples with the spread of the novel coronavirus, politicians, political experts, social media commentators and the general public have chastised…
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A myriad of lessons from COVID19

A myriad of lessons from COVID19

by Matthew Bugeja This is an ambitious exercise. One which will take a while to complete. But I am committed to providing different items which could serve as interesting discussion…
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On the warpath with Covid-19

On the warpath with Covid-19

by Tonio Galea  The world is, without doubt, entering a new era as the coronavirus continues to spread unabated to every corner.  This era that has yet to be formally…
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Malta 2030

Malta 2030

by Jesmond Saliba It only took a few days of partial lockdown to demonstrate how deeply our separate lives are connected by our consumption patterns. From the fuel we put…
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Let us not kill the dead

Let us not kill the dead

Editorial  Death has started its agonizing walk among us as we have just witnessed three lives being snatched away by the coronavirus, within a week. Our impulsive rush to refer…
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From Russia With Love

From Russia With Love

by Matthew Bugeja The world may have come to a grinding halt, but Russia has found a way to make headlines in the last week or so. It may have been…
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Comuniq.EU – Defence

Comuniq.EU – Defence

by Keith Zahra The European Commission has opened calls to finance up to €160 million in joint defence industrial projects in 2020 and announcing seven new defence research projects selected…
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Comuniq.EU – Support to the UK

Comuniq.EU – Support to the UK

by Keith Zahra The European Commission has approved a £50 billion (approximately €57 billion) “umbrella” UK scheme to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large corporates in the United…
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Comuniq.Eu – Financial Services

Comuniq.Eu – Financial Services

By Keith Zahra A report of the investment services industry carried out by ESMA, the European regulator in this field, concluded that the costs paid by retail investors are significantly…
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Diplomatique.Expert – Edition 22

Diplomatique.Expert – Edition 22

In this week's edition we read on how will Germany's political woes impact geopolitical developments. We try answer whether coalition governments good or not. We also analyse the 21st century…
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Diplomatique.Expert Edition 21

Diplomatique.Expert Edition 21

Pete Buttigieg's Iowa results, the post-Brexit negotiations, Huawei's role in UK and Europe and the lone-wolf terror attacks in this week's edition of the Corporate Dispatch's geopolitical insight publication -…
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The CorporateDispatch.com Week – 5th October 2019

The CorporateDispatch.com Week – 5th October 2019

This week's views and news as seen by our editorial team, advisors and photographers from EPA. Enjoy this week's edition of The CorporateDispatch.Com Week The CorporateDispatch.Com Week is published by CorporateDispatch ePublishing for CiConsulta.  The Week That…
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