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Shadows Over Sahel: Unveiling Russia’s grip on Africa’s resource frontier

Following on from KCS Group Europe’s (KCSGE’s) review of the Sahel conflicts in April 2024 and how the situation will worsen, one can see the regi ...
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Dubai uncovered – a safe haven for criminals?

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), a major player in regional and global markets, is famed for its exponential economic growth and strategic location. Si ...
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The Bulgarian 2024 Elections

The next Bulgarian elections, scheduled for 9 June 2024, will be a turning point in the country’s democracy. The results of these elections will aff ...
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The Philippines’ Economic Renaissance: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

The Philippines has been recently reporting strong economic growth, evidenced by healthy GDP figures and an increased appetite from foreign investment ...
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The all-seeing eye: a force for good

The Masonic movement, also known as Freemasonry, is an influential and powerful organisation that rose from the historical Stonemason guilds during th ...
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The poisoned chalice: Is Russia’s powerbase fracturing?

In recent years, cracks have been seen within the upper echelons of Russian political power, signaling potential shifts that could fundamentally alter ...
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Latin America: Resource conflicts

Latin America is renowned as a region abundant in all manner of natural resources, to include the large oil reserves of Venezuela and Ecuador, the vas ...
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Awakening the Tiger: Vietnam’s surge in the global economy

Vietnam has witnessed substantial growth lately, recovering rather abruptly from the global chaos caused by the pandemic. Since then, the nation has w ...
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Will they stay or will they go?

France’s historical connections with Africa reflect a deep-rooted economic and political relationship. The Gallic nation’s interest in the contine ...
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