Media Watch

'19Jan
27

Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke

Home|World|Africa| Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke...
'19Jan
27

Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke

Home|World|Africa| Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke Mnangagwa's choreographed plan to carve out his image as a reformer up in smoke...
'19Jan
27

CEOs’ 2019 economic forecast offers differing views

CEOs were asked: Consumer confidence is high, but there has been growing talk about economic instability. Compared with 2018, do you think 2019 will be stronger, weaker, or about the same? What leads you to this...
'19Jan
25

China’s new age of uncertainty

BERLIN - In a year marking the 70th anniversary of its founding, the People’s Republic of China appears to have entered a new era of uncertainty after more than a quarter century of phenomenal economic growth....
'19Jan
24

George Soros Attacks China's AI Push as 'Mortal Danger'

Governments and companies worldwide are investing heavily in artificial intelligence in hopes of new profits, smarter gadgets, and better health care. Financier and philanthropist George Soros told the World...
'19Jan
23

Contrasting euroscepticisms in Croatia and Serbia

15,000 people gathered in Croatia's second largest city Split on Thursday to protest the ratification of the Istanbul Convention, April, 2018. Ivo Cagalj/ Press Association. all rights reserved.The emergence of...
'19Jan
23

Zimbabwe vows bold economic turnaround despite surging prices

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s finance minister painted an optimistic outlook for his country on Tuesday, despite protests over fuel prices that human rights groups say have left at least a dozen people...
'19Jan
23

How Ukraine’s “terrorist threat” is a real threat to civil rights

The campaign "Invisible voters", Kyiv, March 20, 2018. Source: Civic Holding Group "Vplyv". It is 11 May 2014. Local residents in Dobropillya, a town in Donetsk region, are crowding round the only organised “...
'19Jan
23

Zimbabwe says it is the best buy in Africa right now

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister painted an optimistic outlook for his country yesterday, despite protests over fuel prices that human rights groups say have left at least a dozen people dead.Mthuli Ncube said that in...
'19Jan
21

Tshisekedi: In the eye of an electoral storm

By AFPDemocratic Republic of Congo’s top court yesterday declared Felix Tshisekedi president after disputed elections, outraging opponents who alleged a stitch-up as an African Union delegation prepared to head to...

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