In 2020 holders of a U.S. passport could visit 185 nations without a tourist visa or with a visa onRead more
The Division of Korea started at the end of WWII in 1945. The USSR controlled the North of Korea, and the U.S. held South Korea.
North and South Korea have been divided for more than seventy years. All this time, countries have been developing in opposite directions. Now the result of this development is visible even from space.Read more
Citizens from different countries were asked which nation they see as the greatest threat to peace in the world.Read more
The US, Russia, and China where the world`s three largest arms exporters in 2014. Where these countries send arms provides insight into their geopolitical influence around the globe.Read more
The map below displays how the world looks like in 200 AD. What’s more surprising: how much things have alteredRead more
Pangea was a mega continent that existed throughout the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. It gathered from earlier continental parts about 335 million years ago, and it started to split apart about 175 million years ago. Much of Pangaea was in the southern hemisphere enclosed by a superocean, Panthalassa, in opposition to the modern Earth and its concentration of continental mass. Thus Pangaea was the most recent mega continent to have existed and the first to be reconstructed by scientists.Read more