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The Diplomat 7 May 2016 Image Credit: Cultural Revolution poster image via Shutterstock.com Corruption and popular discontent led to one of China’s most tumultuous periods. Could it happen again? Various theories exist as to why Mao Zedong launched the Cultural Revolution. But there is generally a consensus...

The Post and Courier 9 May 2016 May 9 2016 6:12 pm In this file photo taken Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, Chinese navy vessels take part in a drill...

The East African 23 April 2016 By Gabrielle Lynch In Summary Perhaps even more importantly, the quality of elections rests on the evenness of the...

IOL 19 April 2016 Jabulile S Ngwenya Addis Ababa – Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has urged African leaders to leave when their...

Le Monde 04.04.2016 Translation It is here, in Djibouti, that The United States has its only military base on the African continent. China, which takes...

2 March 2016 Today’s UK High Court ruling represents a crushing defeat for President Guelleh. Details have now begun to emerge of the four-year case...

The Daily Beast 29 February 2016 Slowly, Relentlessly, China’s Military Expands Its Global Reach – STRING OF PEARLS China Stringer Network/Reuters Brendon...

The East African 20 February 2016 By Jenerali Ulimwengu In Summary When it comes to electoral fraud, Africans simply take the cake. The patron saint...

The East African 13 February 2016 Charles Onyango-Obbo By Charles Onyango-Obbo In Summary The AU is now perilously close to becoming again the laughing...

World Bulletin 29 December 2015 For the last 16 years the state is utilised as an instrument to enrich and nourish the elite of the country Ali Farah...