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Chronicles 18 may 2017 How U.S. Military Bases Back Dictators, Autocrats, and Military Regimes Much outrage has been expressed in recent weeks over President Donald Trump’s invitation for a White House visit to Rodrigo Duterte, president of the Philippines, whose “war on drugs” has led to thousands...

Global Risk Insights 18 May 2017 by Nicolas Jenny While OBOR has increased Beijing’s presence in Africa, a fiery debate has thrown a spotlight...

Indian Express 7 May 2017 By T J S George A week from today “the biggest diplomatic event of the year” will take place in China with many heads of...

lobelog.com 29 April 2017 by Nick Turse General Thomas Waldhauser sounded a little uneasy.  “I would just say, they are on the ground.  They...

South China Post 30 April 2017 Beijing’s unveiling of its first domestically built carrier, Shandong, shows it is on track to dominate the seas in Asia....

Africa Times 26 April 2017 The nation of Eritrea remains one of the most repressive environments in the world for working journalists, with only North...

Indian Express 8 April 2017 Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning berthed at an unnamed port Many years ago a Chinese General in charge of safeguarding...

All Africa 5 April 2017 By James Jeffrey Djibouti City — As balmy night settles over Djibouti City, the arc lights come on at its growing network of...

AGORA VOX 16 March 2017 English translation: Djibouti, a small country in the Horn of Africa, is slowly slipping towards its demise. Led by Ismael Omar...

International Affairs 21 March 2017 English Translation: Ismaïl Omar Guelleh has lost an umpteenth battle in his war that he has declared against his...