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Papua New Guinea's new prime minister has pledged to win more benefits for the debt-ridden Pacific country. But doing so could come at the cost of vital foreign revenue streams -- and his political career.
Protesters across Kazakhstan have gathered for a fourth day of demonstrations against the construction of Chinese factories in the country and called on Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to cancel an upcoming trip to China, Reuters reported Sept. 4.
Italy's Democratic Party is willing to enter a coalition government with the Five Star Movement, but only if there will be a change in government policy from the previous administration on issues such as immigration and institutional reform, according to Democratic Party leader Nicola Zingaretti, Il Sole 24 Ore reported Aug. 22.
A transition is underway as digital currencies move slowly into the mainstream. Some case studies offer clues where the shift is headed and what threats bitcoin, Libra and other systems might pose or what benefits they might bring.
Given China's threats to halt rare earth exports to the U.S., a processing plant in Malaysia stands to remain a critical source for some of those elements -- so long as the operator can address environmental concerns.
The success of the Libra -- and potentially the entire cryptocurrency market -- will hinge on its creator's ability to convince regulators that it's more trustworthy than Facebook and more stable than Bitcoin.
Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called on the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry to examine the possibility of accelerating a planned 2022 decision to close a loophole in the ban of unprocessed nickel ore exports, Bloomberg reported Aug. 9.
The Kyrgyz government has temporarily suspended mining operations by China's Zhong Ji Mining Co. in Kyrgyzstan's Naryn province after violent protests by locals against the company's presence, AKIpress reported Aug. 7.
A protest by 500 residents of a Kyrgyz village against a Chinese mining operation in the country's eastern region resulted in a confrontation that left more than 20 Chinese workers injured, RFE/RL reported Aug. 6.
The Arctic's shifting climate has the potential to unlock a host of untapped energy and mineral reserves for Moscow -- and with it, new revenue streams and security risks borne of China's encroaching presence in the region.
A World Bank dispute settlement body has ruled that Pakistan must pay $5.9 billion to the Tethyan Copper Company as the result of a seven-year arbitration over mining rights in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Dawn reported July 15.