Category Archives: Angola

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

Source: Rising Tide Foundation

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

28 Dec 2021

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that Read the rest

Ethiopian PM Dr. Abiy Ahmed is a man of great Integrity: PD Lawton, Historian.

it was my pleasure to be interviewed by Ethiopian media OBN and to stand in solidarity with Ethiopians who are forging the future of a NEW PARADIGM for beautiful Africa

Source: OBN Oromiyaa [Oromia Broadcasting Network]

Ethiopian PM Dr. Abiy Ahmed is a man of great Integrity: PD Lawton, Historian.

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Africa`s Historic Day : January 1, 2021

Africa`s Historic Day : January 1, 2021

by PD Lawton   6 January 2021

We have to take active steps to dismantle the colonial economic model that we inherited and that we sustained over the last 50 years . We have to stop being exporters of primary products to countries Read the rest

Hunger Stalks Africa: Nations Should be Food Self-Sufficient

Food self-sufficiency, which is a national security priority, in this age of out sized and exaggerated globalization, has worsened in the majority of African nations over the last several decades. Not only does this jeopardize the health and existence of society, but it drains nation’s foreign reserves with mega-food import Read the rest

Pompeo’s Africa Trip Had No Purpose But To Attack China

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Pompeo’s Africa Trip Had No Purpose But To Attack China

Feb. 22 (EIRNS)—Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s just-completed visits to three African countries appear completely self-defeating, visits which discredit the United States across the African continent. Pompeo’s trip to Ethiopia, Senegal, and … Read the rest

L’Angola à l’heure des nouvelles technologies

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L’Angola à l’heure des nouvelles technologies

Au stand d’Angosat avec le nano-satellite CanSat 100% Made in Angola

J’ai été invité à Luanda, la capitale angolaise, pour le Forum ANGOTIC 2019 sur les Technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC), du 18 au 20 juin. Cet événement

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African High-Speed Rail Finance Requires LaRouche Four-Power Pact

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https://larouchepub.com/other/2019/4625-african_high_speed_rail_finance.html

 

This article appears in the June 28, 2019 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

African High-Speed Rail Finance Requires LaRouche Four-Power Pact

 

Nigeria Railway Corporation
Nigeria is bustling with railway construction, including new standard gauge lines,
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Schiller Institute’s Sébastien Périmony Goes to Ivory Coast & Angola

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Schiller Institute’s Sébastien Périmony Goes to Ivory Coast & Angola

Schiller Institute’s Sébastien Périmony Goes to Ivory Coast & Angola

by Sébastien Périmony, @SebPerimony  

Saturday, June 15, 2019, a conference on the New Silk Road was held at the headquarters of the Félix Houphouët-Boigny … Read the rest

In Africa, the Belt and Road Is Generally Spurring Socio-Economic Development

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In Africa, the Belt and Road Is Generally Spurring Socio-Economic Development

May 12, 2019

The Belt and Road strategy of international cooperation already up and running and phenomenally redrawing the global development map. With outlaying economic corridors and tremendous added value it is … Read the rest

How the Belt and Road Initiative is Changing Africa

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Schiller Institute Conference • Bad Soden • June 30 – July 1, 2018

How the Belt and Road Initiative is Changing Africa

Panel II

The second panel of the conference was devoted to changes spawned by the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), as the … Read the rest