Monthly Archives: June 2020

Chinese Maglev, with 600 km/h Maximum Design Speed, Successfully Tested

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Chinese Maglev, with 600 km/h Maximum Design Speed, Successfully Tested

June 26 (EIRNS)—A high-speed maglev test vehicle, with a designed maximum speed of 600 kilometres per hour (373 mph), successfully conducted its maiden test run on a 1.5 km maglev line at Tongji … Read the rest

China’s Long March Out of Poverty

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This article appears in the June 26, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

China’s Long March Out of Poverty

[Print version of this article]

Public domain
Deng Xiaoping, who put China firmly on the path of “reform and opening up.”
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PUTIN`S DISCUSSION OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR COULD PREVENT WORLD WAR III !

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https://schillerinstitute.com/blog/2020/06/24/putins-discussion-of-the-second-world-war-can-prevent-world-war-iii/

On June 24, 2020, the following statement was issued today by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Founder of the Schiller Institute.

Vladimir Putin’s detailed and very straightforward article on the background to the Second World War, which he substantiates with important historical documents, and his speech … Read the rest

Russia Active in Africa Nuclear Industry and Space Expansion

More than 8,000 people are now employed in the African space industry, and discussion is increasing about the establishment of an African Space Agency—a project first raised in 2010—with five countries having already volunteered to host it.

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Russia Active in Africa Nuclear Industry

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COVID-19 Tragedy Compels Revamping Globalization and Food Production

The deadly COVID-19 pandemic has revealed what was there to see all along; Africa and large sections of the world have remained underdeveloped for decades due to the horribly defective policy of globalization.

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COVID-19 Tragedy Compels Revamping Globalization and Food Production

June 12,
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TRANSAQUA : Transform Africa

“The [Transaqua] Project is expected to directly bring economic development to 7 African countries and, indirectly, benefits to 5 more countries associated with the Congo and Lake Chad basins……..The consequences of the drying up of Lake Chad and the loss of source of livelihood in the Sahel is affecting human … Read the rest

Morrison infrastructure vs nation building / Five eyes economics

for a productive economy, high speed rail, high speed shipping!, value-adding to mining with manufacturing. It all needs ENERGY. Cheapest most reliable source is nuclear. MODULAR REACTORS. All funded by NATIONAL BANKING

“In 1908 King O`Malley said we should not borrow capital but create it and he talked about how

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No More Lies, No More Anti-China Propaganda: There is No China-Africa ‘Debt-trap’

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No More Lies, No More Anti-China Propaganda: There is No China-Africa ‘Debt-trap’

June 20, 2020

China-Africa Research Initiative-(CARI) presented an interesting and useful webinar entitled : Debt Relief with Chinese Characteristics, using research presented from a Working Paper #39 and Policy Brief #46. … Read the rest

South Africa: Nuclear Power or Bust!

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South Africa: Nuclear Power or Bust!

The National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (NEHAWU), Energy Sector, march for nuclear energy in Pretoria.

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by David Cherry and Ramasimong Phillip Tsokolibane

June 19—A new nuclear power build is on the horizon in South Africa, the leading … Read the rest