When Rwanda gets mentioned in the international media, it’s usually about the genocide, Western guilt, the M23, and Susan Rice. But its worth looking at how they’ve transformed their economy to become an African tiger.
TODAY: Lavrov says Syria military activity suspended, sources on ground deny it; head of MI6 says Syria poses significant threat to UK and its allies; Magnitsky Act extended in US despite Kremlin-funded lobbying; Moscow psychiatric hospital closures; spotlight on Kremlin’s sale of Rosneft stake; Putin underlines importance of monitoring social media for extremism; heavy pollution […]» Read More
TODAY: Kremlin completes privatisation of Rosneft with Glencore and Qatar; Putin rebukes Federal Penitentiary Service; Memorial fined under foreign agents law; Khodorkovsky assets unfrozen in Ireland; joint statement calls for end of Aleppo destruction; 25th anniversary of Soviet Union collapse.» Read More
TODAY: Kremlin doctrine addresses perceived cyber threats; Lavrov blames European refugee crisis on reckless actions of unnamed countries; Russians make record number of asylum applications to US; RBC appeals to BP for help in the Rosneft damages case that will likely sink it; Bashneft management to be legally scrutinised; Kadyrov will not be questioned in […]» Read More