Media Watch

'19Jan
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Government warns local civic society organisations as Zimbabwe titters on the brink

The government has strongly warned local civic society organisations that have “colluded with some foreign regime change agents to cause chaos in the country”.The government’s warning comes after 27 people from...
'19Jan
13

‘Centre can retire RAW officers whose identity is compromised’

The Delhi High Court has upheld the constitutional validity of a provision in law that gives power to the Centre to voluntary retire Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) officers whose identity is exposed or...
'19Jan
13

Mnangagwa: A presidency under siege, is there a way out

“The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second-best time is now” – African ProverbIt’s only been six months since Zimbabwe held its harmonised elections. And for the better part of the last six...
'19Jan
13

Congo poll leaves uncertainty for miners at heart of EV revolution

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The surprise outcome of Congo’s election - a vote meant to bring closure to years of turmoil under President Joseph Kabila - has done little to ease uncertainty for miners and investors in...
'19Jan
13

Organized crime, band of criminals and international politics in Asia

Dr. Gary K. BuschWhile no hard estimate of the actual quantities of counterfeit currency that is pumped into the Indian economy by Pakistan is available, intelligence assessments suggest that approximately INR 120...
'19Jan
13

Don’t believe the hype: the media are unwittingly selling us an AI fantasy | John Naughton

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a term that is now widely used (and abused), loosely defined and mostly misunderstood. Much the same might be said of, say, quantum physics. But there is one important difference,...
'19Jan
13

Zimbabwe: A presidency under siege, is there a way out?

Home|World|Africa| Zimbabwe: A presidency under siege, is there a way out? Zimbabwe: A presidency under siege, is there a way out...
'19Jan
12

Trudeau accuses China of violating diplomatic immunity in arrest of Michael Kovrig

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is accusing China of ignoring the "principles of diplomatic immunity" by "arbitrarily and unfairly" detaining two Canadian citizens, one of whom is a Canadian diplomat on leave.It...
'19Jan
11

The minority security problematic

As India heads to elections, the security dynamic of the world’s largest minority looms as one of the principle electoral considerations. While it is understandably so for the minority in question – India’s...
'19Jan
11

Poland charges Huawei manager with spying for China

Poland's counter-espionage agency has charged a Chinese manager at tech giant Huawei in Poland and one of its own former officers with espionage against Poland on behalf of China, Polish state television reported...

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