Tensions Flare in Senegal as Government Unleashes Police Violence

By Lisa Vives, Global Information Network NEW YORK | 17 February 2024 (IDN) — A constitutional conflict threatening the normally peaceful nation of Senegal has stumped Africa-watchers around the world, more accustomed to the nation’s popular beaches and cliffs, vibrant markets and glittering nightlife. Beneath the peaceful exterior, however, discontent has been brewing since Senegalese […]

Middle-Income Countries, Hit by Debt Burdens and Rising Inflation, Fight for Survival

By Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS | 16 February 2024 (IDN) — The Group of 77 (G77) is the largest single coalition of developing countries comprising over two-thirds of the 193-member United Nations. Besides protecting and promoting the economic interests of 134 nations, the G77 is also home to several sub categories, including the world’s least […]

The Complexity of Nuclear Submarine Safeguards Impacts the Current Landscape

By Leonam dos Santos Guimarâes* RIO DE JANEIRO | 14 February 2024 (IDN) — The topic of applying safeguards to nuclear submarine fuel, focusing on ensuring security and proliferation resistance, involves a complex interplay of international regulations, agreements, and technical considerations. A pivotal aspect of this discussion centres on the application of International Atomic Energy […]

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