The Consequences Of Mozambique’s Cyclone Tragedy Might Lead To Regime Change

The Consequences Of Mozambique’s Cyclone Tragedy Might Lead To Regime Change

There’s a credible chance that the ruling FRELIMO party that’s been in power since Mozambique’s 1975 independence could lose this October’s general elections as a result of a multibillion-dollar corruption scandal that might have inadvertently worsened the humanitarian consequences of the country’s recent cyclone tragedy. Disaster Strikes 90% of the Continue Reading

Russia’s “Deep State” Divisions Over South Asia Are Spilling Over Into The Public

Russia’s “Deep State” Divisions Over South Asia Are Spilling Over Into The Public

Russia’s “deep state” has been deeply divided over South Asian affairs for the past few years already, but the Indophile “Traditionalists’” fierce competition for influence over the rising policymaking appeal of the Kabulov-led “Progressive” faction is unprecedentedly spilling over into the public sphere through their increasingly intense lobbying efforts that Continue Reading