But will the protests be enough to bring Bolsonaro down, especially when the rift between the left wing and the right wing in Brazil remains so pronounced? COVID19 mismanagement might create a common ground, but only within the pandemic context as, behind the scenes, Bolsonaro and his supporters have benefited from his right-wing, neoliberal agenda.
he Indian government’s criminally negligent mishandling of the Coronavirus pandemic has made the country a dystopic COVID19 hell, as mass cremations and burials, along with scenes of COVID19 distressed patients choking to death in the streets washing over our social media timelines like a gigantic tidal wave.
have closed as a result of falling demand and the rise of online buying - because of changing trends after the COVID19 pandemic, but also the swelling cost of living.
During a speech on television, Cortizo attributed the economic crisis to issues related to the outbreak of COVID19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war.
Since the start of the war, the international community has been warning against a global food shortage, which had already begun to be felt as an outcome of the COVID19 pandemic.
On the other hand, the summit succeeded in as far as Turkey, Russia, and Iran kept the diplomacy table afloat in the face of challenges such as the COVID19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war, which tested the international system and proved that international organizations failed.
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Along with Macron’s unsatisfactory performance in the last five years, there were other reasons, of course, behind the election results such as the COVID19 pandemic, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the economic and social consequences of the war.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine added insult to injury as farmers face further rising oil and fertilizer costs, and the lingering effects of COVID19 labor restrictions.
COVID19 did not just catch the global health infrastructure off guard, but wreaked havoc on the world economy as well, particularly in terms of ushering in an era of intractable inflation.
The “old” global crisis of the COVID19 pandemic was quickly relegated to a secondary role and replaced in the headlines with the Russia-Ukraine war.
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This abrupt decline was mainly due to two major developments: the COVID19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Saudi Arabia, which also faces the economic consequences of COVID19, aims to invest in accordance with its “Vision 2030.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, which may have accelerated the process of the technical AI transformation, 2021 represented a quantum leap for the development and investment in AI technologies.
In addition to China, India also refused to join anti-Russian sanctions formally and is set to increase the import of Russian oil with deep discounts as its economy struggles to recover from the COVID19 pandemic.
Until the outbreak of the COVID19 pandemic, in recent years, the German people had been spoiled by strong economic growth.
“We have millions of people living under the poverty line, COVID19 killed more than 150,000 people.