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In Yemen, Twenty Million People Face Starvation

re posted from                            EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW

This article appears in the March 12, 2021 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Is This Your Future?

In Yemen, Twenty Million People Face Starvation

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This statement is excerpted from Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s weekly internet dialogue with Harley

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Sovereignty Must be Respected: Ethiopia’s National Identity Transcends Ethno-Nationalism

re posted from                           AFRICA AND THE WORLD

Sovereignty Must be Respected: Ethiopia’s National Identity Transcends Ethno-Nationalism

March 13, 2021

Watch my interview, Part I above & Part II below, with Ladet  Muleta from PrimeLogue/Media. I discuss the challenges Ethiopia is facing and important strategic subjects relevant to all African nations … Read the rest

The World’s Wealthiest Poor Continent

re posted from                          MSINGI AFRIKA

The World`s Wealthiest Poor Continent

by Anselm Adodo            November 1 , 2020

The western, capitalist narrative that Agriculture will save Africa is false and misleading. No nation has ever become developed by focusing on subsistence farming or Agriculture. The surest way to wealth creation is … Read the rest

The Union of People against the Oligarchy: Our Action in Mali

translated from the original first published     27 January 2021

on                                     L`AFRIQUE DU FUTUR

The Union of People against the Oligarchy: Our Action in Mali

by  Sébastien Périmony            27 January 2021

image: with the members of Yéréwolo 

« I would not want to end without sending you, all the brotherly peoples Read the rest

South Africa’s Unemployment Rate Hits Record Levels

re posted from               EIR DAILY ALERT SERVICE

South Africa’s Unemployment Rate Hits Record Levels

March 1 (EIRNS)—The official unemployment rate in South Africa reached 32.5% in the fourth quarter of 2020, an increase of 1.7% from the previous quarter, and now the highest since statistics were first published, beginning in … Read the rest