After a year of only making selective posts, 2023 will see Doing Business on The Earth as a regular commentary on politics, geopolitics, and environmental sustainability
About ten days after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris became President and Vice president of the United States, I have finally begun to relax and disconnect from the 24/7 news cycle.
Republican Senators seemed genuinely surprised by the mob violence in the U.S. Capital yesterday despite the fact that they allowed this situation to develop.
The global pandemic which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan more than one year ago is shaping the world we will live in after it has run its course or been brought under control.
Although I am convinced that Joe Biden’s administration will make the world safer and greener, it will represent a 180º turn on climate change and a number of international issues showing how the U.S. can not be relied upon beyond its own election cycle.