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Bloomberg 11 July 2017 (Bloomberg View) — Will China ever become democratic? That question has been a staple of geopolitical discussion since the 1990s, and at times many commentators thought a democratic China was not so far away. Today, as restrictions on political speech and opposition increase,...

Sunday Guardian Live 8 July 2017 Tweet China’s Belt and Road Initiative is being confronted with Indo-Japanese Asia-Africa Growth Corridor. China’s...

The East African 2 July 2017 By FRED OLUOCH Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir gives a press conference in the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum,...

Global Research 30 June 2017 Gulf Cooperation Council isolation of Qatar impacts Djibouti, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Ethiopia and Sudan By Abayomi...

The National 28 June 2017 A mirror reflects a computer screen displaying binary code in Taipei, Taiwan. EPA A choke point is defined as a point of congestion...

The East African 27 June 2017 Somali refugees fetching water at Dadaab in Kenya on July 31, 2011. FILE PHOTO | AFP Baidoa As a teenager, Aden Hussein...

Mail and Guardian 23 June 2017 When Saudi Arabia and its allies severed diplomatic relations with Qatar earlier this month, the fate of Ras Doumeira is...

Al Jazeera 19 June 2017 Maintaining the 500-strong presence of Qatari armed troops in a remote area was a costly and largely thankless endeavour By Sultan...

euractiv.com 1 June 2017 Mbour, Senegal, where fishing is traditionally a small-scale business. [Sebastián Losada_Flickr]   The new EU law on...

Straits Times 2 June 2017 Chinese navy frigate Huangshan at the inaugural maritime review near Changi Naval Base on May 15. Frigates and other small...