US military using lessons from Ukraine to prepare Taiwan against invasion

Americans want to use what they have learned from arming Ukraine to help Taiwan prepare for a potential Chinese attack, the NYT says The US is seeking to reshape Taiwan's defense systems in light of the experience gained from sending military aid to Ukraine, which is currently locked in a conflict with Russia, the New … Continue reading US military using lessons from Ukraine to prepare Taiwan against invasion

Pope Francis ‘traumatized’ by Texas school shooting, calls for gun control

Pope Francis on Wednesday said he was "heartbroken" by the shooting at a school in Texas that killed at least 19 children and two teachers, calling for greater controls on weapons. The crowd in St. Peter's Square for his weekly general audience applauded his appeal, made a day after worst school shooting in the United … Continue reading Pope Francis ‘traumatized’ by Texas school shooting, calls for gun control

Why Apple is leaving China

The Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple has told some of its contract manufacturers that it intends to increase production outside China, citing China's strict anti-COVID-19 policy and other reasons for its decision. The report noted that India and Vietnam, where Apple already has production facilities, are among the countries short-listed by the company … Continue reading Why Apple is leaving China

Texas School Shooting: Everything we know about the massacre

The United States was in mourning Wednesday in the aftermath of the country’s latest mass killing, a teenage gunman’s assault on an elementary school in the southwestern state of Texas that left at least 19 children and two adults dead. It was one of the deadliest rampages at a school in the country’s history. A … Continue reading Texas School Shooting: Everything we know about the massacre

An American and Chinese officials charged for espionage

The Department of Justice has said that an American citizen and four Chinese intelligence officers have been charged with spying on Chinese dissidents, human rights leaders and pro-democracy activists residing in the U.S. New York resident Wang Shujun, 73, is accused of using his position in the Chinese diaspora and dissident communities to collect information … Continue reading An American and Chinese officials charged for espionage

Falling drone kills 3 in Yemen

A forensic expert inspects the wreckage of a drone aircraft that Houthi rebels claimed to have shot down, in Sanaa, Yemen, on May 23, 2022. Yemen's Houthi rebels said three people were killed in the country's capital when a drone aircraft crashed in a neighborhood after being shot down. In a statement, the Houthis said … Continue reading Falling drone kills 3 in Yemen

Mobile phones and internet-based technologies are hacking your life. Do something!

Photo by Brett Sayles on Pexels.com In today's era of advanced technologies, we are becoming so digital that we do not believe social media, particularly prolonged use of smartphones, is ruining our lives. Yes, I'm talking about our addiction to social media platforms, gaming applications and more. Because of this, our personal relationships have started … Continue reading Mobile phones and internet-based technologies are hacking your life. Do something!

Biden: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a global issue

Leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the United States gathered Tuesday in Tokyo with pledges to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific region, combat climate change, and cooperate on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, U.S. President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi … Continue reading Biden: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a global issue

Japan PM warns China over activities in East China Sea

China's efforts to develop areas in the East China Sea are "unacceptable," Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said this week. Talking to reporters in Kyoto, Kishida said his government had lodged a complaint against China for its actions. At the same time as Kishida's announcement, the Japanese foreign ministry said there has been an increase … Continue reading Japan PM warns China over activities in East China Sea

Importance of environmental scanning in business

Photo by fauxels on Pexels.com Environmental analysis will help the firm to understand what is happening both inside and outside the organization and to increase the probability that the organisational strategies developed will appropriately reflect the organizational environment. Environmental scanning is necessary because there are rapid changes taking place in the environment that have significant … Continue reading Importance of environmental scanning in business