Nearly a fifth of the world’s oil shipments pass through the Strait of Hormuz.
|July 13, 2018
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The cautionary tale of how Sri Lanka ended up ceding control – and an unclear degree of sovereignty – over 15,000 acres of land around a deepwater port to a Chinese state-owned firm for 99 years.
The fighting has discouraged reconstruction efforts, leaving much of the population at risk of disease.
Violence in Libya had been relatively contained prior to the recent clashes. That could change if we are on the brink of European military intervention.
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