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By BBC News Feb. 29, 2024
The Maldives precarious tightrope between Chinese debt and sovereignty
The Maldives precarious tightrope between Chinese debt and sovereignty
The root of this debt trap lies in the unviable, bloated Chinese projects the Maldives has irrationally pursued without regard for sustainability or conditions.
By pardafas Feb. 28, 2024
Lord Jacob Rothschild: Financier dies aged 87
He went on to build his own financial empire in the City of London, founding investment trust RIT Capital, which he chaired until 2019.
By BBC News Feb. 27, 2024
In Muizzu’s Maldives, an economic crisis reinforced by China awaits
Maldives recently elected President Mohammad Muizzu’s rise to power has been one of disoriented interests and misjudged priorities.
By thehongkongpost Feb. 26, 2024
Worst period for Chinese people– with rising unemployment
According to the government, if you have a son, you don’t get paid; it’s the children who make money, without money, young people face difficulty affording food.
By The Hongkong Post Feb. 23, 2024
Kylian Mbappe agrees Real Madrid deal to join in summer
If Croatia midfielder Luka Modric leaves this summer, then Mbappe would inherit the number 10 shirt he wears for France.
By BBC Africa Sport Feb. 20, 2024
The Continued Deception: Unmasking The True Face Of The CCP
This advice, reminiscent of the days of Soviet Russia, raises concerns about the naivety and sympathy displayed by certain foreign intellectuals, diplomats, and media figures.
By The Singapore Post Feb. 17, 2024
The new regulations for religions in Xinjiang: Part of a wider campaign against religion
The Chinese government has been accused of widespread human rights abuses against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang since 2017.
By Bitter Winter Feb. 15, 2024
Africa’s industrialization doesn’t depend on outside influence – Kagame
This was at the 11th World Governments Summit (WGS) in Dubai, UAE.
By The New Times Feb. 13, 2024
Zimbabwe bets on ‘No-till’ farming to reduce El Nino impact on grain
Zimbabwe is one of the countries worst affected by the El Nino weather pattern and struggles to feed itself.
By Reuters Feb. 12, 2024
China fishing in troubled waters of Maldives
The presence of foreign vessels has been a long-standing concern in Maldivian waters.
By admin Feb. 7, 2024
Maldives’ economic downfall under President Muizzu’s choices
President Muizzu’s tenure is marred by a stark display of poor economic management, as the nation grapples with an array of economic challenges.
By The Singapore Post Feb. 7, 2024
Namibia’s President Hage Geingob dies at 82
Mbumba appealed to the nation to “remain calm and collected” while the government makes state arrangements and preparations, saying further details will be announced at a later date.
By CNN Feb. 4, 2024
President Xi in a fix as protests sweep across China
China’s youth unemployment rate as high as nearly 20%.
By Asian Lite Jan. 31, 2024
ICJ to rule on SA’s genocide case against Israel
Representatives of both States laid out their legal arguments in The Hague on January 11 and 12 in hearings that were watched worldwide.
By The Guardian Jan. 25, 2024
Maldives must vary of Chinese friendship: Lessons from South Asia’s experiences
It is however not only Sri Lanka that paid the price for friendlier relations with Beijing, but the story remained consistent with other countries in the region as well.
By thesingaporepost.com Jan. 25, 2024
China, ISIS, and Pakistan: Unholy Alliance Eyes Maldives
One problem Muizzu has been less willing to discuss is the presence of ISIS-related and Pakistan-related Islamic terrorists in the Maldives
By Bitter Winter Jan. 19, 2024
SA: Bus driver abandons78 undocumented Zim passengers at roadblock
North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Sello Lehari commended authorities for enforcing the law.
By News24 Jan. 12, 2024
Zambia enacts new Access to Information law
Grant Tungay, the spokesperson for the Zambian Civil Society Organizations’ Coalition on Access to Information, or ATI, said the new law is not perfect, but it is a good start.
By VOA Jan. 10, 2024
Sweeping Chinese military purge exposes weakness, could widen
Some analysts say the evidence points towards corruption over equipment procurement by the PLA Rocket Force.
By The Print Jan. 6, 2024
China’s year of strategic decline
The China rise story over the last 40 years has been based on economic and military growth, with help from the US and others.
By Deccan Herald Jan. 5, 2024
Nigeria seeks to ban degrees from Kenya, Uganda in crackdown
This comes days after the West African country suspended the accreditation of degrees from Benin and Togo.
By BBC News Jan. 4, 2024
Harvard President Claudine Gay resigns after plagiarism and campus antisemitism accusations
Gay made the decision to step down as Harvard’s president late last week, a person close to Gay told CNN.
By CNN Jan. 3, 2024
China threatens more trade sanctions on Taiwan as election nears
That came after China said it had determined Taiwan had put up trade barriers in contravention of both World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and the 2010 trade deal.
By The Print Dec. 31, 2023
Men still being favoured over women for Chinese government jobs, study warns
Men have a significant advantage over women when applying for Chinese government jobs, according to new research.
By South China Morning Post Dec. 29, 2023
China’s disinformation campaign detrimental to global peace and stability
It is not Taiwan but several other countries blamed China for spreading disinformation to influence public opinion, manipulate election outcomes and build a pro-China narrative.
By The Hongkong Post Dec. 28, 2023
The tragedy of Women in Xi Jinping’s China
Women’s representation in Chinese politics and the subsequent scope for women-led policy initiatives has always remained low in the Party’s list of priorities.
By The Hong Kong post Dec. 27, 2023
Millions of Chinese Blacklisted for Debt as Loan Defaults Hit Record High
He added that private enterprises in China used to be able to borrow from each other, so they didn’t have to rely on banks alone, but that too has dried up.
By VOA Dec. 21, 2023