Category Archives: Belt and Road

Science-Driver and Culture—Not Money—Ignite Progress

re posted from                      EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW

This article appears in the January 1, 2021 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

CHINA’S 14TH FIVE YEAR PLAN

Science-Driver and Culture—
Not Money—Ignite Progress

[Print version of this article]

CGTN
Xi Jinping speaking to
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Belt and Road Infrastructure Contributes to Africa’s Development: No ‘Debt-trap’

re posted from                         AFRICA AND THE WORLD

Belt and Road Infrastructure Contributes to Africa’s Development: No ‘Debt-trap’

CGTN published my article below:  Belt and Road Infrastructure Contributes to Africa’s Development: No ‘Debt-trap’ on December 26 , 2020. In this article, I expose the fraud of the anti-China “debt-trap” slander being … Read the rest

US-Africa Strategy Should Focus on Long-Term Development for the Continent’s 2.4 Billion People

re posted from                              AFRICA AND THE WORLD

US-Africa Strategy Should Focus on Long-Term Development for the Continent’s 2.4 Billion People

December 25, 2020

Below is a lengthy year end interview with me by Pan African Visions, published on December 21, 2020, entitled: “Most US Administrations Have Not Had Good Policies Read the rest

Three Stories of Deep State/Media Corruption

Source: LaRouchePAC Videos

Three Stories of Deep State/Media Corruption

22 December 2020

The blatant lies and corrupt actions in defense of the collapsing imperial global order are increasingly visible to growing numbers of people. Today we have an update on three stories which require a response from the American people Read the rest

Burkina Faso, Mali & Niger can learn from China

re posted from                        BELT AND ROAD NEWS

https://www.beltandroad.news/2020/01/28/burkina-faso-mali-niger-can-learn-from-china/

Burkina Faso, Mali & Niger can learn from China

Niger Security

The Sahel Region has seen an upsurge in violence in recent years. The violence has mostly come from militant groups and sometimes ethnic animosity.

In Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, attacks have significantly … Read the rest