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The new frontiers of hydrogen production and steps forward by Italy and China

Giancarlo Valori In the traditional hydrogen production industry, hydrogen is derived from fossil fuels. It is the most widely used method and there are mature technologies and industrial devices for this purpose. The methods mainly include hydrogen production by partial oxidation of heavy oil, by natural gas steam …

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems & The Annihilistic Future

Adyeta Mashweri The unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly known as drones were introduced as a useful means to military, commercial, civilian and humanitarian activities but yet it ends up in news for none of its original purposes. Drones have rather resulted as a means of mass destruction. The …

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Russia and the West: Are Values the Problem?

Ivan Timofeev The National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation approved by the President of Russia will go down in history as a document that sharpened the issue of the country’s traditional spiritual and moral values. Values were also featured in in its predecessor, Strategy 2015. However, Strategy …

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The stages and choices of energy production from hydrogen

Giancarlo Valori There are three main ways to use hydrogen energy: 1) internal combustion; 2) conversion to electricity using a fuel cell; 3) nuclear fusion. The basic principle of a hydrogen internal combustion engine is the same as that of a gasoline or diesel internal combustion engine. The …

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Economy of Post Pandemic Future & New Elections

Naseem Javeed Never ever before in the history of humankind, the economic behaviorism across the world suddenly surrendered to a single calamity, affecting the majority of the global populace suffering in prolonged continuity. The side effect of such complexity juxtaposed with technological access can bring sweeping changes to our …

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Biden’s China Doctrine?

Rihan Ronodipuro The current issue of “The Economist,” published recently, features a cover story on Biden’s China Doctrine. According to the report, “Bidenism” has converted the rhetoric of the “Trumpism” era into a policy prescription of Sino-US clashes (particularly institutional confrontation), with only one winner. Biden and his …

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Russian intelligence and the future of Chinese-Russian influence in Israel and the Middle East

Nadia Helmi The main headlines of the Egyptian researcher future analysis, as follows: First: Analyzing the reasons for the Russian leaking and handing over the (documents of the Israeli Communist Party archives to the Israeli government in April 2019), analyzing its relationship with China, and explaining the interrelated …

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The advantages of hydrogen and Israel’s warnings

Giancarlo Valeri Hydrogen is the most common element in nature. It is estimated to make up 75% of the mass of the universe. Except for that contained in air, it is primarily stored in water in the form of a compound, and water is the most widely distributed …

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King’s visit to Washington mirrors Jordan’s new role

By Shehab Al Makahleh His majesty king Abdullah II’s visit to Washington and his meetings with senior American officials manifest the significance of this trip and the outcome that will affect the status quo of the Palestinian Israeli conflict, boosting Jordan’s political impact in the Middle East region …

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