Monthly Archives: June 2021

TBG Welcomes the Summer/2021 Internship Team
By admin June 24, 2021

We are now celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Bassiouni Group’s Internship Program and we are excited to introduce you to our Summer/2021 Internship Team from Columbia University/SIPA: Luna Xu — MPA  2022 (Energy & Environment Policy Concentration) Abdulaziz Alhumud — MIA 2022 (International Finance & Economic Policy Concentration) Xiaoming Zhong — MIA 2022 (Economic

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The Delta Variant: What You Need to Know About the New COVID Strain
By admin June 18, 2021

The Delta Variant (also known as the B.1.617.2 strain), is a highly dangerous and contagious COVID-19 strain that is now the dominant strain around the world. First identified in India, where it led to a huge and unprecedented wave of infections, the Delta Variant also ravaged the United Kingdom, where it now comprises 91% of

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World Environment Day 2021: Generation Restoration
By admin June 5, 2021

Today, June 5th, is World Environment Day. The theme is Ecosystem Restoration (#GenerationRestoration). Scroll below for more information. TBG’s Commitment The Bassiouni Group’s President, David Solomon Bassiouni, is part of #GenerationRestoration through his role as an advisory board member at Highland Carbon, which maintains of the most exceptional Carbon Offsetting programs in the world —

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Most Vaccinated Countries (Updated: June 2, 2021)
By admin June 3, 2021

Interested in finding out which countries are making the most progress in terms of the COVID vaccine rollout? Here are updated lists ranking the most vaccinated by total population and percentage of population vaccinated. Table A: Total Population Vaccinated Country Total Pop. Vaccinated 1. United States 296.4m 2. India 213.14m 3. Brazil 68.24m 4. United

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The Tulsa Race Massacre: 100 Years Later
By admin June 1, 2021

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre which resulted in the destruction of the economically prosperous Black community in the Greenwood district (also called Black Wall Street) — a horrific event that still resonates to this day. Click below for the NBC story: “Just decades after slavery in the United States left

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