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ARAB NEWS 31 July 2018 a     In 2013 he announced his “One Belt One Road” (OBOR) project. It is designed to revive the old trading routes of the silk road. The belt is the sea route emanating in China and weaving its way via southeast Asia, the Horn of Africa and the Suez Canal to Europe. The...

African News 31 July 2018 Ethiopia is working to restore relations between two of its neighbours, Djibouti and Eritrea, its envoy to the United Nations...

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST 29 July 2018 Worries that the ambitious push for belt and road projects will leave African nations saddled with debt. China is doubling its commitments to Africa as it builds support from the developing world amid an escalating trade war with the US. The moves came during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent tour of four African nations,...

Sun Journal 27 July 2018 It’s time the world recognized sub-Saharan Africa’s newest economic and military imperialist: Communist party-ruled China. China’s...

dvids 25 July 2018 Sailors forward deployed to Camp Lemonnier and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa have been making the transition for the past...

The Ethiopian Herald 25 July 2018 The export sector remains a major pillar in the Ethiopian government’s vision of entering middle income status. The national plan, GTP II envisions increasing the share of export to GDP to 11.8 percent by 2020 from the baseline 6.4 percent. However, despite the priority given to the sector, and the fact that the country’s export...

Middle East Eye 19 July 2018 Somalia and its neighbours must focus on achieving internal unification, or any benefits reaped from new investment will be...

The New Times 20 July 2018   As has been said by many, every African celebrated the way peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea broke out without much...

NewsDeeply 19 July 2018 For decades, Djibouti has benefited economically from the standoff between Ethiopia and Eritrea. But as the two countries move...

allAfrica 16 July 2018 In late June, top military officials from Mali, Sierra Leone, South Sudan and dozens of other African countries gathered to discuss...