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Buoyant Barloworld rewards shareholders with special dividend

Business Day 22 Nov 2021
“Barloworld’s equipment businesses in SA and Eurasia, which made up nearly 70% of group operating profit, have strong order books heading into the new financial year,” said Shaun Murison, senior market analyst at IG SA.
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Egypt moves center stage - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 22 Nov 2021
An unexpected piece of news broke just as the 14-day international COP26 conference on climate change drew to a close earlier this month. The host for COP27 in 2022 is to be Egypt ... cnxps.cmd.push(function () { cnxps({ playerId ... (credit ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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Yemen could be the Arab hub of the Maritime Silk Road

Information Clearing House 22 Nov 2021
With an Ansarallah takeover of Yemen, Asia's trade and connectivity projects could expand into some of the world's most strategic waterways. By Pepe Escobar. November 21, 202. Information Clearing House - The usual suspects tried everything against Yemen ... Yemen goes BRI ... Stranger things have happened in the ongoing Eurasia saga ... His latest book is 2030.
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Sudan's future is entangled in their connection with Israel - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 16 Nov 2021
On October 25 Sudan’s military, under the leadership of General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, seized power and placed the country under martial law ... It was in some ways quite unnecessary. Even before he acted, Burhan was the most powerful man in the country ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is ... 2016-2020 ... .
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Is Lebanon going to fully collapse? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 08 Nov 2021
Lebanese with long memories are beginning to fear that the horrors of their 15-year-long civil war, which began in 1975, might yet return. The country is split by two major issues ... Beirut has recently endured periods of 24 hours without electricity ... (credit ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is ... 2016-2020 ... .
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Saudi normalization with Israel could be a major breakthrough - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 01 Nov 2021
On October 20, under the dramatic headline “Scoop,” online news provider Axios posted an exclusive story – details of a conversation held on September 27 between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is.
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Can Israel stomach a rehabilitated Assad? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 24 Oct 2021
When Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi on October 22, Syria and its future featured high on the agenda. Putin said that Russia had been “making efforts” to restore the country’s statehood and strengthen it ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is ... .
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Who has the power to set Iran Deal back in motion? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 16 Oct 2021
The two main protagonists in the Iran nuclear deal issue – the US administration and the Iranian regime – are locked in a battle of wills ... Deadlock. Which of the two is in the stronger position? ... (credit ... is a price he is prepared to pay ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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The Mideast is no longer a top US priority

The Jerusalem Post 06 Oct 2021
Where the US goes, much of the Western world follows – willingly or reluctantly, depending on circumstances. From the first days of his presidency, Joe Biden started implying that the Middle East did not feature among his top concerns ... (credit ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land.
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Eurasian Consolidation Ends the US Unipolar Moment

GlobalResearch 26 Sep 2021
Throughout the book, Diesen shows, in detail, how the concept of Eurasia unifying Europe and Asia “has through history been an alternative to the dominance of maritime powers in the oceanic-centric world economy,” and how “British and American strategies have been deeply ...
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Eurasia Takes Shape: How the SCO Just Flipped the World Order

GlobalResearch 23 Sep 2021
It is clearly designed to further Russia’s idea of establishing a Greater Eurasia Partnership covering the SCO, the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union), ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and China’s Belt and Road initiative (BRI).” ... As Putin hinted in his keynote speech, this is what the Greater Eurasia Partnership is all about.
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Eurasia: the Revenge of the Heartland, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 22 Sep 2021
Throughout the book Diesen shows, in detail, how the concept of Eurasia unifying Europe and Asia “has through history been an alternative to the dominance of maritime powers in the oceanic-centric world economy”, and how “British and American strategies have been deeply ...
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Eurasia Takes Shape: How the SCO Just Flipped the World Order, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 22 Sep 2021
It is clearly designed to further Russia’s idea of establishing a Greater Eurasia Partnership covering the SCO, the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union), ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and China’s Belt and Road initiative (BRI).” ... As Putin hinted in his keynote speech, this is what the Greater Eurasia Partnership is all about.
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The US withdrawal from Afghanistan is a test for Russia's plans in Central Asia

Business Insider 08 Sep 2021
The Ghani government's collapse and the departure of US forces from central Eurasia, ... Jeffrey Mankoff is a distinguished research fellow at the US National Defense University's Institute for National Strategic Studies and the author of the forthcoming book, "Empires of Eurasia.
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