Happiness is something that should never be underrated. Finland and Denmark ranked as the happiest and second-happiest lands, and the top eight were all in northern Europe. It is true one’s version of happiness is different to another, be it cultural or luck. With the drums of war beating loudly through Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Middle East with Iran, Syria and Yemen all vulnerable or in conflict. Afghanistan, Lebanon and Zimbabwe are the unhappiest, as war-torn and impoverished … Continue reading “The World More Benevolent Since Covid, Nordic Countries Still the Happiest”
Swedish state energy entity Vattenfall opened Scandinavia’s biggest offshore wind farm this week off Denmark’s west coast in the North Sea. The facility has a capacity of 407 megawatts (MW)
Fitch Ratings affirmed Sweden’s ‘AAA’ rating saying it reflects its high per capita income, persistent budget surpluses, declining public debt, strong governance and human development indicators, and a track record of sound economic policy.
The drums of war are loud in the Middle East with Iran, Syria and Yemen all vulnerable or in conflict. With the historic meeting between North Korea and the US to confirm the ending of nuclear weapons in the zone, what is Freedom and who are the most free?
The Estonian and Swedish governments are both planning to publish a brochures to help prepare residents and households in the event of major crisis or a war. Both countries are critical to free passage for the Baltic Sea and historically have endured threats from Russia.