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Can G7 Really Build Back the World Better than China?

By Carlos Santamaria Over the weekend, the Biden administration announced a G7-backed plan to build climate-friendly infrastructure projects across the developing world. Against the backdrop of rising US-China competition, the plan is widely perceived as a direct challenge to China's Belt and Road Initiative, which also aims to build roads, ports, and rails across the

How FG is Caging COVID-19 Pandemic: A perspective

By Louis Achi In much of Africa, but also in the most developed parts of the world, much about the coronavirus pandemic is unclear, including the knock-on health complications it may cause, how far it has actually spread, and whether antibodies can deliver long-lasting immunity. This reflects insufficient or contradictory data

Nigeria: A Nation of Confused Identity

By Senator Iroegbu I have read one anachronistic piece by an unknown author justifying the Twitter Ban. According to the anonymous character whose opinion is being widely circulated on social media by those gloating about the ban, this will enable the country to look inwards in order to develop its

China-Nigeria Cooperation Remains Bright – Envoy

By Xinhua The future of cooperation between China and Nigeria remains bright, Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria Cui Jianchun said Thursday. He made the remark at a meeting with Mai Mala Buni, caretaker chairman of Nigeria's governing party All Progressives Congress (APC). Cui said China and Nigeria can further develop a strategy to enhance

America Hasn’t Lost Its Demographic Advantage

•Its Rivals Are in Much Worse Shape By Nicholas Eberstadt The United States’ global preeminence owes a great deal to demographics. After the collapse and fragmenting of the Soviet Union, the United States became the world’s third most populous country, behind the giants China and India. By comparison to other developed countries, the