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US, allies slam China for economic espionage, spies indicted

WASHINGTON/LONDON, (Reuters) – The United States and three allies chastised China for economic espionage yesterday, ratcheting up tensions as U.S. prosecutors indicted two Chinese nationals linked to a spy agency on charges of stealing confidential data from American government agencies and businesses around the world.

G20 Summit: BRICS Pushes For 'Democratic International Order'

High-level representatives of the world's 20 most industrialized countries gathered Friday in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in an attempt to rescue the global economy from its worst crisis in seven decades. Following an informal side-meeting, the heads of state from BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) issued a joint statement calling for the strengthening of multilateral institutions and rules.

Apartheid, guns and money: book lifts the lid on Cold War secrets

South Africa - November 3, 2018 - It’s not very often that a book really reshapes our perception of an issue, but Hennie van Vuuren’s “Apartheid, Guns and Money: a tale of profit” is one. It is a massive work: over 600 pages and the result of a decade of meticulous, painstaking work.
  • Published in Politics

CHINA | "The Belt and Road Initiative Looks East"

Over the past few months, a team from The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) has done an extensive study into China’s engagement with island nations in the Caribbean and the South Pacific, with a focus on geopolitical and governance-related ramifications.

ZIMBABWE | troubled nation now faces tough foreign policy choices

The toxic presidency of Mugabe may be over, but the new Zimbabwean government of Emmerson Mnangagwa must quickly make some hard foreign policy decisions if it is to change the country’s fortunes. For so far no major foreign power has undertaken to relieve in any significant way the country’s economic distress.
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