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China restricts exports of key material for electric vehicle batteries

Foreign buyers of some types of Chinese graphite … a key ingredient for electric car batteries … now need a permit as Beijing tightens export controls to preserve national security. China is the world's largest producer of the graphite … which is a form of carbon … and America's biggest supplier. Here's Andrew Wood in Hong Kong

todayDecember 1, 2023 2


Zambia’s foreign debt tragedy – what needs to happen to resolve the crisis

By Danny Bradlow, University of Pretoria Three years after defaulting on its foreign debt, Zambia is still trying to reach agreement with all its creditors on how to manage this situation. This has left the southern African country in a state of development finance limbo. It is handicapped in raising the funds needed to generate jobs, build infrastructure, provide health, education and social services and deal with climate change. Its president, […]

todayDecember 1, 2023 2


Henry Kissinger dead at 100

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died at the age of 100. He was one of the most controversial figures in US foreign policy, serving under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports.  

todayNovember 30, 2023 7

United Nations Namibia


Successful conclusion of the 11th annual model United Nations Namibia (MUNNAM) high school conference

The 11th annual Model United Nations Namibia (MUNNAM) High School Conference, hosted by the UN System in Namibia in collaboration with the British High Commission in Namibia, concluded with resounding success on November 2, 2023, at the UN House in Klein Windhoek. This year's conference, held from November 1st to 2nd, saw high school delegates from across Namibia engage in thought-provoking discussions centered on the theme "The rising burden of […]

todayNovember 15, 2023 4