By Blerim Abedini, ISSD N.Macedonia
The global transition after the Cold War further damaged the political-economic system of the communist countries. The corruption of state properties, the increase in unemployment, economic emigration, and the Yugoslav war affected the European market’s weakening. States separated from the Soviet Union with outdated technology remained dependent on European investment. In this case, the European economy had a load for balancing the economy, within the European Union. The war in Ukraine also depleted the military arsenal of Europe, the United States, and other pro-NATO countries. It is seen that the developed countries are factors in the balance of many ‘defects’ left by the communist states as well as the countries of the Third World. However historical rivalries mixed with cooperation brought good results after a few decades with scientific discoveries that were, the contributions of intelligence such as students, professors, and scientists of research fields. Commitments of diplomats to avoid military and political conflicts meet their ‘counterparts’ as corrupt states that hardly accepted bilateral compromises. The corruption as a ‘pandemic disease’ also infected Europe where state officials misused their competencies. However, corruption causes more significant damage to countries which were in economic transition. Due to political polarization, the issue of the security for using transactions through the Internet is a long-term issue, which is costing companies millions of dollars for the protection of the Internet network from hackers operating in different countries, especially in those with high corruption, and in some cases supported by state officials. From an international perspective from the lack of global cooperation, it was concluded that Covid-19 lasted longer than thought. China still tries to save its people with protection measures from the Middle Ages, while Pfizer has decided to give vaccines at a preferential price to African countries.