Media Watch

'19Jan
26

Violent protests and use of force

REFLECTING on the tumultuous events of the past week makes one realise how so much can go so wrong in a very short time. What was touted as a shutdown/stayaway to protest the surprise 150% hike in fuel prices...
'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
25

EU - League of Arab States relations: joint communiqué of the EU Political and Security Committee and the League of Arab States Permanent Representatives

Press contacts Virginie Battu Press officer +32 2 281 53 16...
'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
24

India, Morocco conclude key pact for mutual recognition of academic qualifications

NEW DELHI:IndiaandMoroccohave this week signed a key pact titled Facilitate Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications with the North African country becoming one of the few to conclude such a pact with Delhi."...
'19Jan
24

January infringements package: key decisions

In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission ('Commission') is pursuing legal action against Member States for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law. These decisions,...
'19Jan
23

Response to President Mnangagwa’s Call for National Dialogue.

Noah ManyikaI write this letter in response to your call for dialogue. For almost four decades, the CIO, Security Forces, Chipangano et al have terrorized a citizenry whose patience is legendary. I would even say...
'19Jan
23

Is Big Tech Merging With Big Brother? Kinda Looks Like It

A friend of mine, who runs a large television production company in the car-mad city of Los Angeles, recently noticed that his intern, an aspiring filmmaker from the People’s Republic of China, was walking to work...
'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...

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