The least we can say is that Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is not doing things by halves. The Nigerian politician is about to be appointed director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO for the intimates) and will then lead an institution that was looking for a chief in a difficult period highlighted by the coronavirus disease and the commercial war between the United States and China. This … Continue reading Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, an appointment for History
Those times of uncertainty we have been living for more than a year have at least the virtue of unleashing inspiration. All over the world, artists, no matter their domain, are using the torments triggered off by the coronavirus disease to feed their creations: painting, music, poetry, sculpture, every single form of art is achieving the mission humanity untrusted them: a duty of memory and … Continue reading Art as a cure against COVID-19?
Despite the coronavirus disease crisis that is currently spreading all over the world, local football championships try to unfold as best as possible. Encouraged by 1000, 1500 fans or simply before empty stands, football players keep on working in a weird atmosphere that is still difficult to handle. The fourth day of Serie A, happening this weekend in Italy, was the opportunity to witness AC … Continue reading Kessié/Bennacer, a dynamic duo for AC Milan