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Africa
CFA franc to be replaced by eco, but initial change is largely symbolic
Mali receives armoured vehicles from the UAE, EU
BREXIT African opportunities
Analyses
Putin’s Surprise and Russia’s Foreign Policy
Putin’s Top-Down Revolution
The Real Impeachment Trial
Business
Freeport LNG starts commercial ops at Train 2
Billions to be wasted on ‘unnecessary’ gas projects, study says
Capitalism Must Reform to Survive: From Shareholders to Stakeholders
Dark Side
From Russia with love: Turkish and Syrian spymasters meet in Moscow
Collins sentenced to 26 months for insider trading scheme
Moldova Faces ‘Existential’ Population Crisis
Defence & Arms
Air Weapons: The Little Little UAV Killer
Surface Forces: LMS Versus LCS
Israel: The Slow Roll Backwards
Dysfunctions
Erdoğan's 'Make-Turkey-More-Islamic' Campaign Is a Failure
In Unprecedented Move, NYC Bar Association Calls for Congress to Probe Attorney General for Partisan Bias
Trump Adviser On Russia Physically Removed From White House
Editorial
Putin’s Russia – Nigeria With Snow
After IMO 2020 – The New World of Marine Transport
Mort de Pierre-Victor Mpoyo, artiste de talent et ancien ministre
International
Berlin Libya Conference (II)
The US and Iran are hostages of history
The myths of Australia’s role in East Timorese independence
Labour
Is there more than coffee for European Works Councils?
Revolutionary Mexico in Chicago
The Teamster Revolt Against the Hoffa Era
Light Side
Why pastrami’s eastern version still rekindles rivalry
Protocol rules for Spanish speaking employees
Retiree Decides to Spend Rest of Life at Holiday Inn, Since It’s Cheaper Than a Senior Home
Research
How a bunch of SAS mercenaries stopped an entire Army
Preparing for the hydrogen economy
Russian spy satellite has broken up in space says Harvard astronomer