In Cameroon, you learn Chinese “for taste” and to “boost your career”

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. On the campus of the Institute of International Relations of Cameroon (IRIC), in Yaoundé, Professor Etienne Songa … Read more

Football: the Arab Cup, rehearsal before the CAN for six African selections

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. The Arab Football Cup trophy on display in Doha, the Qatari capital, on November 23, 2021. KARIM … Read more

Thirty white rhinos introduced in a Boeing 747 to Rwanda

White rhinos graze in an enclosure in Akagera National Park in eastern Rwanda on November 29, 2021. SIMON WOHLFAHRT / AFP Thirty southern white rhinos have been introduced to Rwanda from South Africa, officials of Akagera National Park (east) announced on Monday (November 29th), who greet the most important “Transfer of history” for these threatened … Read more

Gérald Darmanin calls on the United Kingdom to open “legal access to immigration”

Gérald Darmanin in Calais, November 28. FRANÇOIS LO PRESTI / AFP The day after an intergovernmental meeting in Calais, from which the British had been excluded, the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, called on Monday, November 29 on BFM-TV – RMC, for the United Kingdom to open a “Legal access to immigration” and to … Read more

Brazil: between Bolsonaro and Lula, the right tries a “third way”

The governor of the state of Sao Paulo, Joao Doria (center), during his victory in the primary of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party, in Brasilia, on November 27, 2021. EVARISTO SA / AFP Has the Brazilian right finally found its champion? On Saturday 27 November, the governor of the State of Sao Paulo, Joao Doria, … Read more

58 billion dollars in twenty years: the impact of the Israeli occupation on the Palestinian economy according to the UN

A clothing stand is set up in front of the rubble of a store destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in May, in Gaza, on November 20, 2021. MOHAMMED SALEM / REUTERS In less than twenty years, the restrictive measures imposed by the Israeli occupation represent a shortfall of nearly 58 billion dollars (51.3 billion euros) for … Read more

Nissan announces its large electric plan at 15 billion euros

It took three years, almost to the day, after the outbreak of the Ghosn affair in November 2018. Three years after the biggest scandal in Nissan’s history, which cost it tens of billions of euros and years of delay in its progress, so that the Japanese manufacturer ally of Renault finds a perspective. Read also … Read more

France-Italy: strengthening obvious proximity

Editorial of the “World”. The choreography was perfectly executed and nothing was missing, not even emotion. Friday, November 26, in Rome, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian President Mario Draghi signed a treaty binding the two countries. Then, side by side, the fighter planes of the Patrouille de France and the Italian Frecce tricolori flew … Read more

Eastern DRC: “The military approach risks strengthening armed groups rather than destroying them”

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. Militiamen from the Codeco armed group stand guard during a meeting with former warlords in the village … Read more

“Inflation: let’s hope the 2020s don’t look like the 1970s”

Chronic. “In a fast-changing world, there are plenty of opportunities to make mistakes. “ Arthur Burns knew what he was talking about. During his two terms at the head of the Federal Reserve (Fed), from 1970 to 1978, the former adviser to Richard Nixon was very wrong, while the United States was confronted with the … Read more