- November 19, 2016
Miroslav Krstic is an article/blog writer, researcher, translator and a law student coming from Belgrade, Serbia.
Most of us have been told, at least few times in our childhood, that education, effort and hard work lead us to a successful life. And yeah, in general we do accept that statement. In a world where there are much more people than there are jobs and opportunities available, every little counts. So if we devote ourselves to improving on daily bases and having ambitions, we are on great path to success. But is this effort really that worth it?READ MORE
The increase of the percentage of older individuals in a society is a global trend, with big economic and socio-political consequences. According to the information that UN gives us, very soon, every fifth person in the world will be over the age of sixty. For sure that is a reality and perhaps a problem of the years ahead of us.READ MORE
Historically, racism was first used as a way to describe a worldview of the powerful. Basically, elites that dominated Western societies, had a sense of superiority. But in modern day, those with political or economical power rarely express it through race divisions. That’s why racism began to take a negative connotation, little before world War II, because it was starting to be used as a weapon to spread fear and hatred of others.READ MORE