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AssessmentsDec 16, 2019 | 10:30 GMT
"Camp Castor" in Gao, Mali, is part of the U.N. mission in the country.
Western Reluctance in the Sahel Opens Doors for Russia
Western reluctance to increase its commitment to security in the militancy-plagued Sahel creates opportunities for Russia there. As part of its broader diplomatic offensive in Africa, Moscow already has been working to upgrade its military relationship with the traditionally French-aligned states of the Sahel, former colonies of France. For Russia,
Contributor PerspectivesNov 29, 2019 | 09:30 GMT
In this photo, authorities raid a fashion storefront in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 10, 2014, as part of an investigation into the alleged laundering of narcotics profits by Mexican drug cartels.
Tariffs, Sanctions and the Problem of Trade-Based Money Laundering
"Value touches everything," an anti-money laundering specialist once said. This motto conveys the nuanced interconnectivity of supply chains, finance and politics. The "anti" in anti-money laundering is somewhat misleading as simple prohibitions in this area, for the most part, do not work. After all, liquidity often follows the path of
SnapshotsOct 25, 2019 | 20:43 GMT
Tanzania Takes Another Swipe at Chinese Investment
Tanzania's ongoing brush with foreign investment under President John Magufuli is encompassing a growing number of Chinese firms, individuals and entities. On Oct. 24, Tanzanian officials arrested four Chinese nationals overseeing efforts to build a canal and road in Dar es Salaam, citing the projects' slow progress. The detained contractors will allegedly continue to work
Contributor PerspectivesSep 12, 2019 | 09:00 GMT
This June 29, 2015, file image shows the start of construction of the China-Russia east-route natural gas pipeline near Heihe, China.
In Russia's Pivot to Asia, Economic Attraction Lags Hard Power
Russia held the fifth Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok, its main Far Eastern city on its Pacific coast, on Sept. 4-6. The forum has been held annually since 2015 to showcase Moscow's commitment to the development of its vast Far Eastern areas and closer economic links with Asia. Russia's "turn
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