• US-China Relations Approaching a Curve

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    China has launched its White Paper, a rarity in the conduct of Chinese foreign policy. The document signifies increasing confidence and a new focus on image and global reputation. The developmental aspects of the strategy also reflect China’s aspiration to change the traditional perception that China is only in Africa for its natural resources. Never underestimate the impact of a barrage of criticism against Beijing by an increasing number of African scholars in recent years.

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  • The Fake Internet is Coming

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    Mark Zuckerberg has hatched a plan with telecom giants around the world called Internet.org, which provides access to a fake Internet that only includes services hand-picked by Zuckerberg and his cronies. This is a disturbing development.

    Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 19:35
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  • South Sudan: the diplomatic game is (Temporarily) over. But where are We in reality?

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    A few days ago , Salva Kiir abrogated in one fell swoop all the decrees that dismissed all the members of his government , declaring that “all could come back and take back their positions” , just as a stern family father telling his wayward children that all was forgiven and that they all could come home . Just as if there had been no motive in these dismissals and as if the clock could innocently be wound back to early 2013.

    Last Updated on Saturday, 07 March 2015 05:17
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  • The Orwellian Way: War is Peace in Yemen

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    MICHAEL HORTON

    AQAP and other militant Islamist groups whose ideology differs little from the state sanctioned Wahhabism of Saudi Arabia, are seemingly not targets for those directing “Operation Decisive Storm.” So what fruits is the Saudi led and US supported “Operation Decisive Storm” bearing? Security is not among them.

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    Last Updated on Friday, 24 April 2015 19:36
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  • Combating Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

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    Despite earning the inauspicious title in recent years as the shipping corridor with the highest number of piracy attacks in the world, regional responses to piracy and maritime security threats in the Gulf of Guinea, have been fragmentary. Maritime domain awareness remains low, interagency coordination is limited, and intra-regional coordination mechanisms that have been established are often underfunded.Read the full report by the Africa Security Brief of the ACSS ASB-30-Feb-2015-Combating-Piracy-in-GoG.pdf

 


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