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Digital Journal 27 July 2015 Alas, fears of Japan’s takeover of the world proved to be overblown when, in 1989, the country’s stock market imploded, plunging the country into a two decade-long slump. As the government rushed to throw money into the market and prevent banks from failing and companies...

The Telegraph 24 July 2015 By Phoebe Weston, graphic by Sam Dodge US, Chinese, British and French forces have troops permanently stationed in Africa to...

American Thinker 21 July 2015 By Robert Caskey Few moves taken by the Obama administration have been more consequential and less explored than his disastrous...

Business Day 22 July 2015 US soldiers stand in formation during a memorial ceremony in remembrance of those who perished thirteen years ago during the...

Reuters 23 July 2015 By William Johnson Despite tensions between the United States and China over the South China Sea, the two nations’ militaries...

International Policy Digest 22 July 2015 By Taylor Butch 07.22.15 Photo: Trey Ratcliff With stability becoming more unpredictable throughout...

Capital FM 22 July 2015 Written by AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE WASHINGTON, United States, Jul 22 – President Barack Obama’s keenly-awaited trip to Africa...

Swazi Observer 20 July 2015 By Nomthandazo Nkambule WORRIED: COMESA Competition Commission Director and Chief Executive Officer George Lipimile. ABOVE RIGHT...

Kansas City Infozine 18 July 2015 The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Djibouti, including the risk of attack by terrorist...

Big News Network 16 July 2015 16 July 2015 — United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) United Kingdom Ambassador Eddie Izzard has met child...