Is Ireland Socialist or Capitalist?

Ireland is a democratic republic with a very strong Capitalist system. In fact, Ireland is more capitalist than the United States. Well, Ireland does have a Social Welfare System, but that’s just one point for socialism. The low Irish corporate tax system, high cost of attending universities, nepotistic politics, a higher number of millionaires per […]

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Is The Colonial Mentality Hindering India’s Success?

Colonial mentality refers to the negative psychological imprints and inferiority complex harbored in the minds of the Indian public even after several decades of colonial rule. The colonial mentality can be seen in several facets of our daily life in India. Blindly imitating Western culture, perceiving fair skin as superior, a negative bias towards indigenous […]

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5G Indian Stocks To Buy: Be an Early Bird Investor

5G Network has lower latency, higher data speed and increased bandwidth compared to 4G LTE. 5G network can open new avenues in Video on Demand (VoD), real-time video surveillance, telemedicine and Augmented Reality (AR)/Virtual Reality (VR). However, these sectors are indirectly benefitted from 5G technology. On the other hand, there are several industries like semiconductor […]

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Is PhD Worth It When You Can Do a Lot With Your Life?

Slogging long hours, sometimes even weekends, for 3-8 years to achieve that moment of glory when people can finally refer to you as ”Dr. XYZ” is definitely a satisfying experience. However, those 3-8 years don’t guarantee your success in life. PhD is not a life insurance, just like other educational degrees. If having a degree […]

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6 Countries that Missed Sovereign Debt Due To COVID-19

According to World Economic Forum, a record number of countries are piling up on sovereign debt amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The rating firm S&P Global has reiterated its concern for several sovereign defaults. There was just one sovereign debt default in 2018 while there were 7 sovereign debt defaults in 2020 (Source: S&P Global) Earlier in […]

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