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Category: Africa

The Game Plan

China has played an unfamiliar global role, as it has helped broker a diplomatic deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the two belligerent neighbours in West Asia. Usually, the Asian […]

The Fundamental Development-Related Issue

The World Bank (WB) has mentioned in its latest report that corruption is a fundamental development-related problem. Corruption not only hinders the development of a nation, but also disproportionately affects […]

Not ‘Royal’, But…

Tourists arrive in Egypt from different parts of the globe, mainly to see the pyramids. The transcontinental country, spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia via […]

Strategic Ties: The Central Condition

India and Egypt have decided to boost strategic ties in the coming days. During his recent visit to New Delhi, Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi, the President of Egypt, […]

O Captain, My Captain!

Well, this was around the time when Britain and France were engaged in a war for seven long years in the US in the third quarter (1756-1763) of the 18th […]

An Open Letter To Pope Francis

Schiller Institute’s Open Letter to Pope Francis (from Political and Social Leaders): Support Call for Immediate Peace Negotiations His Holiness, Pope FrancisApostolic Palace00120 Vatican CityDecember 20, 2022 Your Holiness, Greetings […]

Expressing Deep Regret, And…

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte recently offered a formal apology on behalf of his country for the Netherlands’ historical role in the slave trade. Delivering a speech in The Hague […]

Global Trade Reflects New Reality

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine, followed by the global disruptions caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, is contributing to a growing shift in trade flows, internationally. It is coherent with the […]

Another Ominous Forecast

The World Food Programme (WFP), an international organisation within the United Nations that provides food assistance worldwide, has shocked the global community by mentioning in its latest report that nearly […]