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Africa's Democratic Moment? The Five Leaders Who Could Transform the Region - The Zimbabwe Mail

Africa's Democratic Moment? The Five Leaders Who Could Transform the Region  The Zimbabwe Mail

In the 60-plus years since the countries of sub-Saharan Africa started becoming independent, democracy there has advanced unevenly. During the Cold War, ...

Posted on 17 June 2019 | 11:02 am | Google News

Can China choke off U.S. access to 'rare earths' needed for high-tech products? - Chicago Daily Herald

Can China choke off U.S. access to 'rare earths' needed for high-tech products?  Chicago Daily Herald

Mountain Pass -- the only U.S. mine that harvests rare-earth elements, the raw ingredients used to produce high-tech products such as smartphones, wind ...

Posted on 15 June 2019 | 6:25 am | Google News

Busting the rare earths blockade - The Australian Financial Review

Busting the rare earths blockade  The Australian Financial Review

As China threatens to take rare earths hostage in its trade war fight with the US, a Californian mine might be America's best hope of weathering a blockade.

Posted on 12 June 2019 | 2:10 am | Google News

Africa’s Democratic Moment? - Foreign Affairs Magazine

Africa’s Democratic Moment?  Foreign Affairs Magazine

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Posted on 10 June 2019 | 11:00 pm | Google News

Energy News Monitor | Volume XV; Issue 52 - Observer Research Foundation

Energy News Monitor | Volume XV; Issue 52  Observer Research Foundation

The power demand in the capital has been soaring this year with the month of April-May recording a 22 percent growth over the corresponding period in 2018.

Posted on 10 June 2019 | 1:52 am | Google News

China hints it will choke off U.S. ‘rare earths’ access. But it’s not that easy. - The Washington Post

China hints it will choke off U.S. ‘rare earths’ access. But it’s not that easy.  The Washington Post

MOUNTAIN PASS, Calif. — Rusty tin shacks are all that remain of the gold miners who once prowled this desert hillside about an hour's drive southwest of Las ...

Posted on 9 June 2019 | 7:18 pm | Google News

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