World history

Between two worlds: The role of the OECD

The 21st century's second decade was marked by numerous disputes concerning previous achievements. After the dramatic reduction of world poverty, the development of movement in several sectors and the rapid evolution of technology, the post-Cold War model began to decline. The recent globalization indicators are already showing a downward trend.

Lesson No 1 From Pandemic – We’re all Interdependent

It has tracked our globalizing world, following trade and tourist routes, leaving only distant and disconnected places untouched.

Technological progress has helped it travel faster. Instead of months or years, as pandemics used to take in the 14th century, it now takes only weeks to spread from one corner of the planet to another.

Making a move: Internationalisation

In the field of internationalization within the University of Ljubljana, the Faculty of Economics has held a pioneering role. It is one of the strongest pillars in the internationalization of Slovenian higher education. However, there have been complaints about disregarding the Slovenian language due to the delivery and teaching in English.

UNHCR and the Asylum Reform Recommendations for Bulgarian EU Presidency

The United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees (UNHCR) released recommendations for an asylum reform in the European Union. The UN agency mainly addressed Bulgaria, since the country will take over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on January 1, 2018, Independent Balkan News Agency reported.

More than a Quarter of the Immigrants in Bulgaria are from Russia

Bulgaria is among the countries of the European Union (EU) with the largest share of immigrants from third countries compared to the population and among those with the smallest share of people from EU countries. This shows data from the European Statistics Office Eurostat for 2015 on the occasion of the International Immigrants Day, which is celebrated on 18 December.

Mitsotakis says Tusk 'wrong' to propose abolition of quotas

Greek opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis has voiced his opposition to calls by European Council President Donald Tusk for the abolition of mandatory quotas on relocating refugees across the European Union.

Arriving at a meeting of the center-right European People's Party (EPP) in Brussels, Mitsotakis said Tusk's proposal was "wrong."