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In a series of statements on Sept 30, after New York judge Thomas Griesa absurdly ruled the nation of Argentina in contempt of his court, Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez made stinging denunciations of the Obama Administration, its allied vulture funds, and their local collaborators in Argentina, for attempting to destabilize or overthrow her government...
Under the above title, author Brahma Chellaney writing in The Hindu, Monday, issues a stinging, and refreshingly accurate profile of Barack Obama, whom he mocks as "America's Nobel Peace Prize Laureate President." Although Chellaney — a former government official with notable Anglophile connections — does not address the British angle, none of his insights are inaccurate, and a few stand ou
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi called for Egypt's youth to play a bigger role in the development of the nation. Speaking at a ceremony at Cairo University to honor 27 students, el-Sisi confessed Egypt wasn't
"able to provide real channels of communication with its youth.... I want Egypt's youth to be by my side," he said. "I love Egypt's youth and consider them my children." He added that Egyptian universities represent a "home for national experience that leads our society to resurgence and advancement."
Brookings' Africa in Focus online magazine published an article Sept. 25 on "The Expansion of Chinese Railways in Africa," which made clear that Chinese President Xi Jinping's expressed wish to "link all the capitals in Africa with high-speed rail" is well underway.
An analysis of the purchasers of the Suez Canal Investment Certificates revealed that 42% used money that had been kept at home or in their shops, 38% used bank savings, 13% used Egypt Post savings and 4% sold personal properties such as cars and gold, the Egyptian center for public opinion research Baseera illustrated in its latest poll.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, finishing up his triumphant visit to the United States, sent out a tweet this week simply expressing the main message he brought to Americans:
"Let us make development a mass movement, just like Mahatma Gandhi made the freedom movement a mass movement."...
Two big players in the South African publications media have launched a campaign against South African President Jacob Zuma in the wake of his negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin for South Africa to acquire an as yet unannounced number of nuclear power power plants from Russia.
Speaking on CBS News' "60 Minutes" broadcast Sunday evening, Obama lied, claiming that the administration had been caught unaware of the growing threat of ISIS, and had somehow "underestimated" their strength until, well, just now.
U.S. economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche began a discussion with the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee on Monday, by raising the crucial importance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, now making a definite impact in the United States and not only among Indian-Americans.