Why China is ramping up investment in Africa

While the world is busy with proxy wars in Syria and Yemen, immigration to Europe & Donald Trump’s Twitter account, China is playing a much more sophisticated game in order to consolidate its power. When we speak of power politics in the context of...

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On recent clashes in Tripoli, Libya: conciliation needed

Arab Millennial would like to express its condolences to the families of those who died during the clashes in Tripoli, Libya. We condemn such acts of violence and call for the parties involved to stop fighting and commence negotiations. This is in the interest...

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Scramble for Djibouti: Saudi Arabia’s first foreign military base

In recent years, there has been a race to secure a foothold in the Horn of Africa. I went into greater depth about the merits of China’s expansion into the continent of Africa in a syndicated article published by Arab Millennial; however, Middle-Eastern states are...

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The Arab World needs a psychological revolution

This week I decided to travel near the border separating Morocco and Algeria for some primary research for my website and doctoral proposal. I was, of course, on the Moroccan side. Aside from the contraband Algerian fuel that Moroccan smugglers were selling at reduced prices on...

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The dark side of Speakers’ Corner: online bullying and abuse

*** Disclaimer: I am not a perfect Muslim nor do I think that all Salafi-Wahhabis are the same; in this article I am responding to the majority Salafi-Wahhabi narrative that I can see in Speakers’ Corner *** Recently, I have been reluctantly attending Speakers’...

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