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Africa
Is Africaís rare-earth rush a blessing or a curse?
To move away from Western dependence on China, the rare earth sectorís undisputed leader, the time has come for an all-out search for new sources of supply. And Africa is at the centre of this battle.

Sep 23, 2022 - 1:41:35 PM

Dysfunctions
Support: Keeping Up With The Past
The poor performance of the Russian military in Ukraine during its 2022 invasion was not a surprise to everyone. Journalists, politicians in general and the Russians were taken by surprise but military historians, the U.S. Army and the Ukrainian military were not.

Sep 23, 2022 - 1:39:52 PM

Business
Container spot rates plunge 58% since January
Container spot rates have fallen by 10% for the fourth week running as increasingly looks like the sector could be in for a hard landing.

Sep 23, 2022 - 1:38:32 PM

Dark Side
Coups in the Kremlin

What the History of Russiaís Power Struggles Says About Putinís Future


Sep 23, 2022 - 1:35:42 PM

International
Europe and the New Non-Alignment
Although these are not auspicious times for multilateralism, that is no excuse for Europe's climate-oriented investments, diplomacy, and international aid to fall by the wayside. If anything, a climate-focused strategy can serve all of the bloc's primary objectives simultaneously.

Sep 23, 2022 - 1:34:04 PM



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