Strategic Infographics

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February 3, 2023
Proportion of Women in Senior and Middle Managerial Positions Across G20

As of 2021, Russia and the United States were G20 leaders in terms of the proportion of women in senior and middle managerial positions. However, nowhere is this proportion nearly consistent with sex ratio.

February 3, 2023
The Stalingrad Battle

February 2, 2023 marked the 80th anniversary of the end of the greatest, longest, most bloody battle in human history: It was a struggle that destroyed the previously invincible spearhead of the Nazi war machine which had conquered all of Europe in only three years and seemed about to conquer the world

February 1, 2023
G20 Infrastructure Spending

By 2040, China is projected to spend at least 5% of its GDP on infrastructure, this is the highest percentage across the G20 countries.

January 25, 2023
Top 20 Military Powers in 2023

The 2023 Military Strength Ranking by shows that the United States, Russia, and China have remained the world’s top military powers with China continuing its climb to the No.2 spot.

January 18, 2023
How the Price of the Ukraine War Compares to America’s Infrastructure Investment Gaps

Between January 24 and November 20, 2022, the United States sent $48 billion in aid to Ukraine. Let’s see how this money could have been spent considering America’s infrastructure needs.

December 31, 2022
The Real Economy Seems to Be the Biggest Winner in 2022

“In a turbulent year marred by global monetary tightening, recession fears, and a war in Ukraine, a mining stock in Indonesia is proving to be the world’s best performer with a whopping 1,595% rally,” Bloomberg reports. Meanwhile, the worst performing stocks include those of IT and fintech companies. Investing in coal turned out to be a winning strategy in our supposedly greener world.

December 28, 2022
The Euthanasia Paradox

In December 2022, a 65-year old disabled Canadian man received a doctor’s approval for euthanasia despite admitting becoming poor was the main reason he was applying to die. Experts say that “choosing to die is more accessible” in Canada than support for disabled people. At the same time, most the countries where active euthanasia or assisted suicide is legal are on the top of the United Nations Human Development Index. Why isn’t human life valued the most in the countries where its quality is the highest?

December 23, 2022
America’s ‘Unfree’ Allies

Under President Biden, the United States has renewed its efforts to promote the values of freedom and democracy around the world. However, when it comes to strategic matters, America is fine with some of its allies being “not free”. This is true for both major non-NATO allies and NATO member states, as Turkey’s example shows.

December 19, 2022
American Generosity

The United States has promised an aid package to Africa fearing losing competition for influence in the continent to countries like China and Russia. But this is only a fracture of what has already been spent on the war in Ukraine.

December 10, 2022
How World Food Situation Has Changed Over Past Decade

FAO Food Price Index shows that food prices have made a U-curve over the past ten years.