Previously the war in Syria, Libya, Yemen and more recently the war in Ukraine reminds us of the importance of reorganizing the economy of our societies in a decent manner and innovating clear and targeted policies and procedures that protect the economy from randomness.
Since ancient times, governments have been able to set new rules to stop conflicts, and the governments of the current century can also.
So why not do so?
We have to move and start creating and inventing new rules that enable us to do something useful at this stage and be very careful to control and curb the arms industry if possible.
Until now, sanctions are still the only thing we can do, but then “we must make sure that those sanctions target specific targets” in themselves, and not include the Russian people as a whole, using a certain technology we are able to know and determine which group of those sanctions should be targeted.
Sanctions aren’t the only optimal solution to be taken, but we also welcome any idea that can curb and stop the ongoing war and conflict, and a tool for building bridges of peace.
We must also be aware of the need for community rehabilitation for the requirements of the next stage and seek to secure an educational and health infrastructure in our countries, ready to stand by whole children and women who are victims of war coming to our countries, from other wars sides in general, and now from Ukraine in particular.
In Francesco’s economy, we focus on the need to build a sustainable economy that serves the consequences of wars and reminds us of the fragility of societies and their constant need for that step.