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Weapons from Ukraine’s war now coming to Africa

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said that weapons from the raging war between Russia and Ukraine are now slipping into the Lake Chad Basin region. Lake Chad region, an economically and socially integrated area in West and Central Africa straddling Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. In his opening address …

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Xi’s Third Term: China National Security Analysis

Antonio Gracefo  n his opening speech to the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which concluded on October 22, President Xi Jinping emphasized that he will now prioritize national security over economic recovery. He also stated that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has the right to …

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USA-KSA Energy War and Global Energy Crisis

Syd Amir  The response of the USA to OPEC and its partner’s plan to reduce output by two million barrels per day was strong enough to suggest an uptick in hostilities with oil producers, particularly Saudi Arabia. Despite the fact that the decision was well anticipated, Washington saw …

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The Upcoming Recession and its Ramifications on the World Economies

Rahul Ajnoti The recent decision of the new head of Twitter, Elon Musk, to sack approximately 50 percent of the workforce is only indicative of the recession that is glooming over the world. The story of Twitter is just one example among many visible ones. Almost all the major …

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Economics of Terrorism: Companies Bring New Innovative Solutions to Preventing Terrorism across Europe

Amid terrorist attacks in Europe, Strategic Intelligence Research & Resourcing’s sentiment is extremist violence will persist and become a normal state of affairs. Many call it the “New Normal”.  Investment partnerships can help prevent terrorism through new innovations where countries benefit with new emerging security technologies.   Reasons …

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EU leaders accuse US natural gas producers of profiteering

European leaders are unhappy with natural gas prices. Some leaders are insisting that the EU impose a price cap on all natural gas imports, regardless of origin, – notes Oilprice.com. France’s president Emmanuel Macron accused the United States of a “double standard” because of the difference between the price …

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The role of power system connectivity in energy security

Anna Lobanova and Randi Kristiansen Secure and sustainable energy systems are a key driver of economic growth and social development. Together with technological innovations, which open new opportunities, the modern world faces emerging challenges to future progress including energy security issues. ESCAP defines energy security as “a concept which …

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An alternative World Order: From the Lens of Russia and Iran

In today’s era, some parties, including the movements of political Islam, Ayatollah Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, want to disrupt the current world order and initiate such fundamental changes that the world will become recoil. In the …

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Gaslighting the Globe

Is the populace of the world now already under gaslighting? Gaslighting is about continuous psychological manipulation games. Is this something like when the ghosts of technology, pretending their loyal obedience to artificial intelligence, systematically create social media and fake media to create self-doubts and guilt amongst populations, submerge masses …

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