Ukraine: is sustainability without machine guns possible?
“You see a semi-human being before you, what the state has turned me into,” – says Vladimir Vladykin in his shocking Youtube video. “I’ve had a 180 EUR disability pension since 2005, and in 2010 the ruling party cut it down to 64 EUR. They don’t need us alive – […]
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Britain’s welfare state – an outsider’s view
High numbers of pensioners, young people’s drive for education and prosperity and the growing gap between the young and the rich are all changing the British landscape. The welfare state which provides assistance to all of its citizens is slowly dying and being replaced by a new way of thinking: […]
As societies around the globe are ageing, migration is becoming a popular trend among retirees. A look at Southeast Asia.