Category Archives: Egypt

The African Infrastructure Renaissance Along the Belt & Road—A Case Study

re posted from                   EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW

This article appears in the October 16, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

CASE STUDY: EGYPT

The African Infrastructure Renaissance Along the Belt & Road—A Case Study

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Left: Kremlin.ru; right: Flickr/Paul Kagame
Working together, Abdel Fattah
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The ‘Washington Swamp,’Enraged by Egypt’s Progress,Promotes Muslim Brotherhood

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This article appears in the October 16, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

The ‘Washington Swamp,’
Enraged by Egypt’s Progress,
Promotes Muslim Brotherhood

[Print version of this article]

On Sept. 9, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Subcommittee for the Middle East,

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Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

Green Power, Political Pessimism and Opposition to the Development of the African Interior with Transaqua

by PD Lawton ,         18 October 2020

We live in strange times where supposedly eminent scientists tell us that carbon dioxide is a pollutant and its increase is linked to higher temperatures and that therefore Read the rest

Trump Administration Intervention Against Ethiopia Undermines Africa’s Progress

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Trump Administration Intervention Against Ethiopia Undermines Africa’s Progress

October9, 2020

While I have rarely, if ever agreed with any position of the {London School of Economics}, or for that matter, the {Washington Post}, and don’t’ support all the content that is contained Read the rest

Nigeria and Egypt Building Railroads: Great News For Africa

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By denying African nations rail systems that connected the continent and electricity to industrialize their economies, the African people have been forced to lived in poverty brought about by imposed underdevelopment.

Nigeria and Egypt Building Railroads: Great News For Africa

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Nuclear Energy in South Africa, and in Africa at Large

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This transcript appears in the September 18, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Dr. Kelvin Kemm

Nuclear Energy in South Africa, and in Africa at Large

This is the edited transcription of the opening remarks by Dr. Kemm to

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Rosatom Active in Nuclear Power Development in Africa

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Rosatom Active in Nuclear Power Development in Africa

Sept. 25 (EIRNS)—A new Russian-funded and -controlled nuclear center is being developed in Kigali, Rwanda: “The Center of Nuclear Science and Technologies, planned for completion by 2024, will include nuclear research labs as well as … Read the rest

Chinese-Egyptian High-Speed ‘Suez Canal on Rails’ Connects Mediterranean and Red Sea

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Chinese-Egyptian High-Speed ‘Suez Canal on Rails’ Connects Mediterranean and Red Sea

Sept. 17 (EIRNS)—China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) and Egyptian companies Samcrete and the Arab Organization for Industrialization have won a $9 billion contract to build a 543-km high-speed railway, connecting … Read the rest

Bill Gates Wants You to Believe The Pandemic is Not Real

we are going down the pan unless there is a 4 Power Summit to re-organize the world…..40% of German business is insolvent..this is not due to Covid-19 but it is the de-industrialization of the Western world which is being brainwashed to adopt the Green New Deal in order to massively … Read the rest

Africa Requires Ethiopia Fill Its Dam

crucial facts and observations – please read!

“The GERD, which is 75% finished was entirely funded by the Ethiopian people, is a $5 billion water infrastructure project initiated in 2011. Its purpose is to provide much needed electricity to power Ethiopia’s transition from an agrarian dominated economy to one that … Read the rest