China despatched [sic] the first 120 troops of a 700-strong peacekeeping infantry battalion to Juba, the capital of South Sudan, on 4 December, according to Xinhua news agency. Continue reading
What was already predicted and mentioned is now gaining ground.
A new energy agreement reveals level of European influence.
In August, three of the world’s most vulnerable and most strategically located countries agreed to give their electricity to the European Union.
The Israeli minister for energy and water resources, the Cypriot minister of agriculture, natural resources and environment, and the Greek minister for the environment, energy and climate gathered in Nicosia and signed a joint memorandum of understanding. Continue reading