Top 25 World News on December 4, 2019, Ranked: From US – China Tensions over Uighurs to 4 Women Winning Alternative Nobel Prize

The laureates of The 2019 Right Livelihood Awards – also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize – are human rights defender Aminatou Haidar, lawyer Guo Jianmei, indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa and the Hutukara Yanomami Association, and climate activist Greta Thunberg. Photo: Right Livelihood Foundation

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Following are the world’s 25 most important news stories from December 4, 2019, ranked by Pax Glocalica’s Ivan Dikov. Continue reading “Top 25 World News on December 4, 2019, Ranked: From US – China Tensions over Uighurs to 4 Women Winning Alternative Nobel Prize”

Top 25 World News on December 3, 2019, Ranked: From 70-Year-Old NATO Seeing ‘China Rise’ Challenges to Greta Thunberg’s ‘Angry Kids’ Warning

An official photograph of the British Royal Family with the NATO leaders during NATO’s 70th anniversary summit in London, UK, Dec. 3, 2019. Photo: British Royal Family on Twitter

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Following are the world’s 25 most important news stories from December 3, 2019, ranked by Pax Glocalica’s Ivan Dikov. Continue reading “Top 25 World News on December 3, 2019, Ranked: From 70-Year-Old NATO Seeing ‘China Rise’ Challenges to Greta Thunberg’s ‘Angry Kids’ Warning”

Top 21 World News on December 2, 2019, Ranked: From 200 Countries’ Global Climate Pledge to Denmark – Germany Border Fence

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres speaking at the opening of the UN Climate Change Conference COP 25 in Madrid, Spain, December 2, 2019. Photo: Antonio Guterres on Twitter

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Following are the world’s 21 most important news stories on December 2, 2019, ranked by Pax Glocalica’s Ivan Dikov. Continue reading “Top 21 World News on December 2, 2019, Ranked: From 200 Countries’ Global Climate Pledge to Denmark – Germany Border Fence”

‘Pre-Columbian’ Should Be Applied to Europe and the ‘Old World’. Bulgarian Archaeology and History Suggest So (written for ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com)

The annual Ancient Roman market at the Sexaginta Prista Fortress in Bulgaria’s Ruse does justice to the fact that the Romans, for all their might, had a cuisine that was “Pre-Columbian”. Photo: Ruse Regional Museum of History
(*This opinion & history feature article was written by Ivan Dikov for Pax Glocalica's sister publication, ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com)

When a person from the “Old World” (Africa, Asia, Europe) goes to the United States, they invariably come across the term “Pre-Columbian” at some point, regardless of their profession or the reason for their visit. Continue reading “‘Pre-Columbian’ Should Be Applied to Europe and the ‘Old World’. Bulgarian Archaeology and History Suggest So (written for ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com)”