Showing posts from November, 2020


 Joe Biden has quite unsurprisingly emerged as the winner of the race. There is a sense of relief and hopefulness among many Americans, as well as people around the world, that the next administration will bring a more stable and collaborative approach to domestic and foreign policy. The significance of the election cannot be overstated in the context of political theory and the social contract. This was a referendum on the values and principles that underpin American democracy, such as the rule of law, freedom of the press, and the peaceful transfer of power. The election highlighted the importance of a well-functioning democracy and the need for political leaders who are committed to upholding democratic norms and institutions. The pandemic and its economic fallout also played a significant role in the election. The Trump administration's response to the pandemic was widely criticized, and many Americans felt that their government had failed them during this crisis. The election

Moving forward

It's been a while since my last blog post, and I want to apologize for my absence. The pandemic has brought many challenges for all of us, and it has been a time of change and adjustment. Despite the difficulties, I have some exciting news to share. I am pleased to announce that I have accepted a new position as a Business Adviser with InvestRomania, working in the Investment Promotion department. This opportunity has been in the works for some time, and I am excited to finally be able to share it with you all. I believe this new role will not only help me grow professionally but also provide me with opportunities to learn and expand my knowledge in the field of investment promotion. I am looking forward to working with a team of professionals who share the same vision and are dedicated to promoting Romania as an attractive destination for foreign investors. The past year and a half have been a challenging time for everyone. Still, I am confident that as the world begins to reopen,