Imprimis: What Is the Great Reset?January 12, 2022
Michael Rectenwald writing for Hillsdale College’s Publication, Imprimis, takes a deep dive into the origins, evolution and future of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset.
Evita Duffy, writing in the Federalist, gives insight into life as an American university student during Covid and how the strict Rules are affecting a generation.
While endorsing a separate federal vaccine requirement for healthcare workers, The U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccination-or-testing mandate for large businesses citing an improper imposition on the lives and health of many Americans with a concurring opinion providing separation of powers analysis.
At a « patriots only » meeting, Hong Kong adds a new law to the already sweeping national security law, meant to deter dissent, by adding new crimes to the current list which includes secession, subversion, terrorism and colluding with foreign forces.
In an effort to provide a deeper understanding ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) to those implementing the new strategies, Cydney S. Posner writing on behalf of Cooley LLP, debunks seven common myths about the recent phenomenon taking over the business world.
Carsten Rhod Gregersen writing for readwrite.com dives into the explaination and consequences of Schrems II, a legal case concerning Facebook’s transfer of personal data from Europe to the United States violating the GDRP.
Dambisa Moyo writing in the Harvard Business Review highlights 10 questions he believes every company should address when implementing an ESG strategy as corporations move from financial shareholder primacy to broader stakeholder capitalism.
The Tablet: Lawyer Peter Lynas analyses the Ashers bakery case that has been in the headlines and the courts for the past eight years.
According to Reuters, In one of the many battles between the European Union (EU) and Poland, Věra Jourová, EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency has announced that the EU is set to demand that Poland pay an estimated €70 million of fines in the coming weeks for failing to remove their system of disciplining judges.
Bulgaria’s surveillance laws violate the European Convention of Human Rights according to a recent ruling of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) citing that Bulgarian legislation was not able to meet requirements of keeping surveillance to only collecting what is absolutely necessary.
The Ministers of the Interior for the two Islamist authoritarian regimes of Pakistan and Turkey affirmed that their shared perspective on the “issues faced by the worldwide Muslim community (umma)” will define bilateral cooperation on security issues, including human smuggling, narcotics trafficking, and migration, which have a Eurasian scope and impact.
Jihadism continued to destabilize the geopolitically critical African Horn region with a multi-casualty car bomb explosion by Islamist extremist group al-Shabaab in Somalia’s capital city, with the attack signaling the jihadi group’s response to the government’s recent announcement about scheduling national elections.
The head of the global, multilateral Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) whose charter commits the 57-member states to upholding Islamic law, convened the preparatory meetings for the upcoming session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers and touted the sharia-promoting entity’s accomplishments related to gender rights and tolerance.
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