EU Should Develop Transaqua, with the Chinese

On the eve of Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani’s visit to Beijing amidst speculation that Italy would pull out of the 2019 MoU on the “New Silk Road” with China, former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi made the case for Italy-China cooperation to develop Africa. Prodi, who is also a former European Commission President, specifically called on the Italian government […]

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Major Railway Projects Back on the Agenda for Africa

The last decade of wars, financial crisis and the COVID 19 pandemic led to the suspension of many ambitious infrastructure projects in Africa. This is now changing, and is expected to gain even more impetus as the BRICS dynamic sweeps over the continent. Libya: The end of the Libyan civil war through a ceasefire and the ongoing political negotiations between […]

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The Real Issue Behind Germany’s Trans-Gender Draft Law

Apparently at the urging of the Green coalition partner, the German cabinet approved draft legislation two weeks ago, which would make it easier for juveniles under the age of 18 to legally change their gender and their first name. Up to the age of 14, the parents or legal guardians would simply have to file the relevant declaration at the […]

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