Childhood is the best period a person can have in their lifetime. No matter if it's associated with a lot of pain, abuse, or heartbreaks, or is filled with joy and laughter, childhood memories are nonetheless very sweet and dear to us.
The world is increasingly growing digital. It's merely a fact, unbiased and impartial, that is apparent for the most fervent opponents of the technological developments.
In the field of international relations, peace and cooperation are two key research elements. The countries, and especially the so-called nation-states who receive their legitimization from their citizens, constantly strive towards peace as it’s the most crucial condition facilitating the economic growth and prosperity.
“A Cradle of Humankind” - that’s the name the world gave Africa when the archaeological discoveries made it clear that the first people to walk the Earth were, in fact, Africans. And the world starts to appreciate the value of this continent to some extent.
The world of smartphones is undergoing a serious revolution. If you've lived long enough to see those Nokia brick phones, you'll know what I'm talking about. Just look at it yourself: the phones some 15 years ago had small screens, physical keyboards (some qwerty, some those good-old 12345 ones), small batteries and cameras, and no computational power whatsoever.
The technological advancements that are changing our lives to the deepest level are sometimes called the Fourth Industrial Revolution and it couldn’t be closer to the truth. Just look at what’s happening everywhere around us: