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          Mozambique: Sept villageois tués et démembrés par des islamistes al shabab dans le nord.      Cache   Translate Page      
Une attaque attribuée à des militants al shabab a fait sept morts dans l’extrême nord du Mozambique, selon des sources locales. L’attaque s’est produite jeudi matin dans le village de Piqueue, à une cinquantaine de kilomètres au nord de la ville de Macomia, dans la province du Cabo Delgado. D’après le chef de village sous […]
          Angola, Cap Vert et Guinée-Bissau: quand les musiques sonnent le glas de la colonisation de l’Afrique lusophone - 09/02/2019       Cache   Translate Page      
Il y a quarante-cinq ans, en 1974, la Révolution des Œillets au Portugal sonnait le glas de la dictature et du même coup, celui de son empire colonial. Le pays et sa jeunesse étaient épuisés par les guerres contre les mouvements indépendantistes du Cap Vert et de la Guinée-Bissau, du Mozambique et de l’Angola. Cette décennie troublée fut aussi riche des musiques qui ont accompagné, à mots couverts puis à grands coups de slogans, les luttes de libération et leurs triomphes. Une période qui continue d’ailleurs d’inspirer les artistes. Avec les témoignages de José da Silva, producteur de Césaria Evora et fondateur du label Lusafrica, du chanteur angolais Bonga, des membres du groupe Super Mama Djombo de Guinée Bissau, du groupe Os Tubarroes du Cap Vert, et du pianiste cubain Omar Sosa, envoyé avec les troupes cubaines en Angola. Programmation Super Mama Djombo Pamparida Césaria Evora Sodade Ze Carlos Schwartz Dju di Galinha Mario Lucio Diogo e Cabral Orchestra Baobab Cabral Super Mama Djombo Sol Maior para Comandante Amalia Rodriguez Grandola-Vila Morena (José Zeca Afonso) Os Tubarroes Levanta Braço Bonga Balumukeno Duo Misoso Tchi Kolonia Santos Junior Athu Um Njila Artur Nunes Mana - Video Césaria Evora Sodade - Vidéo Super Mama Djombo Sol Maior Para Comandante 17 minutes !
          Administrative/Financial Officer - University of Saskatchewan - Saskatoon, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
Initiates international transfers of funds to Mozambique as needed; There is 1 opening for this posting.... $62,850 - $78,338 a year
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          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          Definição de cagagésimo      Cache   Translate Page      

Cagagésimo de segundo – intervalo de tempo, inferior ao segundo, que em Portugal identifica o tempo decorrido entre o aparecimento da luz verde do semáforo e a irritante buzinadela do carro que se encontra à nossa retaguarda.
Eduardo Alexandre Viegas Ferreira de Almeida, «"Lenha" em Nhamarroi», in Quarenta Anos de Aviação, Martins & Irmão (impressor), 1995, pp. 152.

Semáforos, Lisboa (F. da Cunha, 1930)
Semáforos, Avenida, 1930.
Ferreira da Cunha, in archivo photographico da C.M.L.


          Mozambique NGOs call on Credit Suisse to write off debt      Cache   Translate Page      

Mozambique NGOs call on Credit Suisse to write off debtSeveral non-governmental organisations in Mozambique on Saturday called on Credit Suisse to write off debt their government contracted with the Swiss bank as part of a massive "hidden debt" scandal. In a letter addressed to Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam seen by AFP, 21 civil society groups said the scandal over allegedly illegal loans totalling $2 billion was "a direct result of fraudulent illegal collusion between Credit Suisse, contractors and Mozambican government officials". The letter was co-signed by Graca Machel, a humanitarian activist and widow of Nelson Mandela.



          Dette cachée au Mozambique: des ONG demandent au Credit suisse que le pays ne rembourse "pas un centime"      Cache   Translate Page      

Le logo de la banque Credit Suisse photographié le 11 novembre 2018 à Genève
 AFP Fabrice COFFRINI

Plusieurs organisations mozambicaines de la société civile ont demandé au Credit suisse que le Mozambique n'ait pas à débourser "un centime" pour rembourser les prêts frauduleux contractés auprès de la banque dans le cadre du sca

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          BIG GAME HUNTING TRIP      Cache   Translate Page      

Kikko MONDINI Via dei Due Ponti, 212 – ROMA T/ 00 39 06 333 86 42 – Mobile : 00 39 39 248 79 872 lui ecrire Autres destinations : Mozambique – Namibie – Portugal – Tanzanie & Turquie.

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          KAMBAKO SAFARIS      Cache   Translate Page      

Jumbo MOORE CABO DELGADO Mobile : 00 258 82 098 18 80 (Mozambique) Mobile : 00 27 73 489 40 19 (Afrique du Sud) lui ecrire Autre destination : Afrique du Sud.

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          LEROUX Jean-Pierre      Cache   Translate Page      

47 rue de la libération – 77450 TRILBARDOU T/F 01.60.01.60.72 – Mobile : 06.87.14.77.36 lui ecrire Guide CLUB FAUNE. Destinations proposées : Mozambique & Zambie

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Mandela's Widow to Credit Suisse: Write Off Mozambique Debt
By Matthew Hill
Bloomberg
February 9, 2019, 3:44 AM EST

Graca Machel Photographer: Gulshan Khan/AFP via Getty Images

Mozambique shouldn’t repay any of the loans it got from Credit Suisse AG as part of a $2 billion sovereign debt scandal that’s seen three former employees and an ex-finance minister arrested, a group of non-governmental organizations said.

“We demand that Credit Suisse publicly declare that the Mozambican people should not pay a single cent on those debts,” the group said in a letter to the bank signed by people including Graca Machel, Nelson Mandela’s widow. “Recovery of any money should come from the companies and individuals who, instead, have benefited from this chaos.”

Mozambique was plunged into a financial crisis in 2016 after the government owned up to $1.4 billion of previously undisclosed loans for a maritime-security and tuna-fishing project. Mozambique has been in default since early 2017 and has been seeking to restructure the debt. A U.S. indictment of some of the bankers and government officials involved has led to fresh allegations that the loans were illegal and shouldn’t be repaid. Credit Suisse declined to comment.

The entire initiative was a scheme for those involved to pay themselves and others more than $200 million in bribes and kickbacks, according to the indictment. The U.S. Department of Justice has filed charges against three former Credit Suisse bankers, Mozambican ex-Finance Minister Manuel Chang, and a salesman for the company that supplied the projects, Jean Boustani. Chang is facing extradition to the U.S. from South Africa, where he was arrested in December.

Credit Suisse was deceived by its own staff in the deals, the bank said in January. The group of 21 Mozambican non-governmental organizations, known as the Budget Monitoring Forum, rejected this statement in its letter to Credit Suisse.

“It is not plausible to advance an argument of rogue bankers without accepting responsibility for the consequences of poor internal control systems and process,” said the group, also know by its Portuguese acronym, FMO. “We believe that the corrupt and illegal debt transactions are a direct outcome of Credit Suisse actions or lack of, therefore, Credit Suisse should be held accountable.”

The letter to Credit Suisse was dated Jan. 25 and was also sent to Norges Bank, as a Credit Suisse shareholder, The U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office, and the International Monetary Fund.

Machel is also the widow of Mozambique’s first leader, Samora Machel, and is president of the Foundation for Community Development, a not-for-profit Mozambican organization she founded in 1994.

Credit Suisse arranged the loans from 2013 to 2014 together with Russia’s VTB Capital.

          Kia hands over ‘Green Light Project’ schools to local communities in Malawi and Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
Two new schools provide access to education for more than 2,000 students in Malawi and Mozambique Kia employees from around the globe support auto mechanic vocational training center in Ethiopia...
          This week in monetary policy: Mozambique, New Zealand, Sweden, Namibia, Egypt and East Caribbean       Cache   Translate Page      
    This week - February 10 through February 16 - central banks from 6 countries or jurisdictions are scheduled to decide on monetary policy: Mozambique, New Zealand, Sweden, Namibia, Egypt and Eastern Caribbean.
    Following table includes the name of the country, the date of the next policy decision, the current policy rate, the result of the last policy decision, the change in the policy rate year to date, and the rate one year ago.
    The table is updated when the latest decisions are announced and can always accessed by clicking on This Week.

WEEK 7
FEB 10 - FEB 16, 2019:
COUNTRY                   DATE                     RATE                LATEST                    YTD              1 YR AGO
MOZAMBIQUE11-Feb14.25%-75018.00%
NEW ZEALAND13-Feb1.75%001.75%
SWEDEN13-Feb-0.25%250-0.50%
NAMIBIA13-Feb6.755006.75%
EGYPT14-Feb16.75%0017.75%
EASTERN CARIBBEAN15-Feb6.50%006.50%

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           Dette cachée au Mozambique: des ONG demandent au Credit suisse que le pays ne rembourse "pas un centime"       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Demand to DELETE the Mozambique from Apex Legends IMMEDIATELY.      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s fucking trash and the only way to sterilize it is to delete that shit.
          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
Septmeber 2016 515.JPG
Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
           Mozambique should not repay Credit Suisse loan in $2bn debt scandal, say NGOs       Cache   Translate Page      
Group of NGOs demands the lender and former employees should be held responsible for fraudulent debt transactions
          UPDATE 1-Final investment decision for Mozambique gas block seen by March-April      Cache   Translate Page      
*First gas likely to come to India by 2024, ENH chairman says. NEW DELHI, Feb 10- A final investment decision, commonly called FID, for a massive offshore natural gas block in Mozambique is expected to be ready by March or April, the chairman of Mozambique's national oil company ENH said in New Delhi on Sunday. Indian companies- state-owned explorer Oil and Natural Gas...
          Final investment decision for Mozambique gas block seen by March-April      Cache   Translate Page      
A final investment decision, commonly called FID, for a massive offshore natural gas block in Mozambique is expected to be ready by March or April, the chairman of Mozambique's national oil company ENH said in New Delhi on Sunday.

          Chantier naval à Cherbourg. Le « contrat du siècle » avec le Mozambique cachait une vaste fraude      Cache   Translate Page      
Fraude boursière, blanchiment d’argent… Selon la justice américaine, une importante vente de navires des Constructions mécaniques de Normandie au Mozambique, en 2013, a été entachée de corruption. C’était le « contrat du siècle » pour les Constructions mécaniques de Normandie, les CMN. Le 30 septembre 2013, le président François Hollandevient célébrer à Cherbourg une commande de 200 millions d’euros. Celle-ci offre une bouffée d’oxygène […]
          Final investment decision for Mozambique gas block seen by March-April      Cache   Translate Page      
A final investment decision, commonly called FID, for a massive offshore natural gas block in Mozambique is expected to be ready by March or April, the chairman of Mozambique's national oil company ENH said in New Delhi on Sunday.

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           Comment on ADOS by gro jo       Cache   Translate Page      
blakksage, why don't you regale us with your anti non-ADOS "internalized racism"? Let me help you get started: "And for those who dream that there will be some type of alliance between so-called African-Americans and native Africans, that is not only wishful thinking, but sheer nonsense. The depiction of the gentleman wearing a green suit in the movie with a green lip-plate lodged in his lower lip was done for a strategic purpose, that is, to indicate the difference between us, not similarities. By the way, how many so-called African Americans have you ever seen wear a green painted lip-plate in public?? Wake up Black folks, Selah! Liked by 1 person on Tue Feb 27th 2018 at 04:58:39 abagond @ blakksage I hated seeing that lip-plate man in the film. In my experience people like him are used to exoticize Africa." This exchange between you and Abagond is revealing. The only "Black folks" that matter are the ones you feel are totally westernized. My friend, African Americans are a minority of "Black folks", even in the Americas. "Tribes that are known for their traditional lip plates include: The Mursi and Surma (Suri) women of Ethiopia The Sara women of Chad (ceased wearing plates in the 1920s) The Makonde of Tanzania and Mozambique (ceased wearing plates several decades ago) The Suyá men of Brazil (most no longer wear plates) The Botocudo of coastal Brazil (in previous centuries, both sexes wore plates) Aleut, Inuit and other indigenous peoples of Northern Canada, Alaska and surrounding regions also wore large labrets and lip plates; these practices had mostly ceased by the twentieth century. Some tribes (Zo'e in Brazil, Nuba in Sudan, Lobi in West Africa) wear stretched-lip ornaments that are plug- or rod-shaped rather than plate-shaped." Why did you fail to notice that this 'exotic" custom is practiced by non-Africans?
          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          Final investment decision for Mozambique gas block seen by March-April      Cache   Translate Page      

By Promit Mukherjee NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A final investment decision, commonly called FID, for a massive offshore natural gas block in Mozambique is expected to be ready by March or April, the chairman of Mozambique's national oil company ENH said in New Delhi on Sunday. This is the first time any of the seven partners in the block has given a specific timeline regarding an investment plan for the block, located east of Mozambique's Rovuma basin and called Area 1. An FID for the block could unlock value in one of the world's biggest recent gas discoveries, estimated at 75 trillion cubic feet

The post Final investment decision for Mozambique gas block seen by March-April appeared first on Firstpost.


          10 WEIRD TYPES OF DIPLOMACY YOU WON’T BELIEVE EXIST      Cache   Translate Page      

10 Weird Types Of Diplomacy You Won’t Believe Exist
By Oliver Taylor,
Listverse, 10 February 2019.

Diplomacy doesn’t always have to be about people wearing suits and laughing with people they don’t like. There are quite a few other ways to engage in diplomatic relations that you may not have expected. In fact, diplomacy doesn’t even need to involve humans.

As we will soon find out, there is more to diplomacy than ambassadors. Selfies, warships, animals, food, sports, roads, bridges, money, and even tweets can be used for diplomacy. Clearly, some of us have been recipients of diplomatic overtures without even realizing it.

10. Panda Diplomacy


China has been using pandas for diplomacy since the days of Chairman Mao Zedong. The idea is to loan a panda to foreign governments in an attempt to foster closer relations. Getting a panda from China does not mean the receiving nation is in China’s good books. It’s just the first step.

Analysts have noticed that lucrative deals have often followed China’s panda loans. In 2011, the Scottish government signed £2.6 billion worth of contracts with China soon after receiving some pandas. Countries like Australia, Canada, and France have also sold uranium to China after receiving pandas.

While the nations keep the pandas in their zoos, China uses the uranium to increase its nuclear capabilities. It’s no surprise that pandas are some of China’s most important diplomats. The Chinese government actually owns all the giant pandas in zoos around the world, even if those pandas weren’t born in China.

9. Gastrodiplomacy


Gastrodiplomacy is the use of food to forge friendlier relationships with other countries. It is widely used in the United States, and countries like South Korea and Thailand train their citizens in cooking their national dishes before sending them to the US. Now you know why Thai and Korean restaurants are popular in the US.

Hilary Clinton attempted to create the US version of gastrodiplomacy while she was secretary of state. She launched a “chef ambassador” corps and had 80 chefs cook for foreign diplomats and leaders.

Interestingly, gastrodiplomacy is not new. It has been used since ancient Rome, when the Romans invited their enemies to buffets. And did we forget to mention it works? In a survey, more than half the respondents said they had more positive views of a country when they ate food from it.

8. Gunboat Diplomacy


Gunboat diplomacy is the carrot-and-stick version of diplomacy. Often, the term refers to the use of warships and gunboats to intimidate a smaller rival until they agree to whatever the country deploying the warship wants. The term can also be used for a more general display of military power.

Several nations, including the US, used gunboat diplomacy in the 19th and 20th centuries. President Theodore Roosevelt often used warships to intimidate the governments of smaller countries like Haiti, Panama, Colombia, and Nicaragua.

In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dumped gunboat diplomacy for less threatening forms of interaction. The US returned to gunboat diplomacy during the Cold War, however, when it threatened several Latin American nations with military action.

7. Debt-Trap Diplomacy


Debt-trap diplomacy is another Chinese tactic. It involves China giving huge loans to poorer nations to build infrastructure. China knows the countries cannot pay the money back, but that’s the idea. Most countries jump on the mouthwatering loans and only realize their true cost when it is time to pay.

In 2011, Tajikistan ceded some land along its border with China after it could not repay its loan. China and Tajikistan had both claimed ownership of the land until Tajikistan finally backed off. In 2017, Sri Lanka leased a key port to China for 99 years as payment for its $1 billion loan.

Countries like Montenegro, Fiji, and Tonga are also having problems repaying their loans to China. Fiji owes $500 million, while Tonga owes $160 million, which is roughly a third of its GDP. In 2018, the Tongan prime minister was so distraught with the Chinese loan that he openly asked other Pacific island nations to reject Chinese loans. A few days later, he retracted his statement without giving reasons.

Several nations caught on to China’s debt-trap diplomacy after China took the Sri Lankan port. Nepal, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Bangladesh, and Malaysia canceled loans they’d planned to receive from China. Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia said he rejected a $20 billion loan because he does not want Malaysia to become a Chinese colony.

The only country that did not learn from Sri Lanka’s experience was Sri Lanka. In 2018, it borrowed another $1 billion from China.

6. Ping-Pong Diplomacy

Photo credit: US National Archives/Nixon Presidential Library

Ping-pong diplomacy is another form of diplomacy unique to China. It is even the reason China and the US started talking. In 1949, the communist government of China shut the country from the United States after overthrowing the previous government.

This changed in 1971, when the Chinese ping-pong team invited the US team to tour China after they met at the World Table Tennis Championship in Japan. The US team visited China after the offer was approved by President Nixon.

After the visit, President Nixon sent Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to China to plan a state visit. It was a success, with Nixon visiting China in February 1972. The US government reciprocated the gesture when the Chinese team visited the US in April 1972 to play several matches across the US.

5. Cricket Diplomacy


One of the few things India and Pakistan have in common is their love for cricket. Cricket tournaments between both nations are usually tense because they’re often more than just competitions. It’s everything from politics to national pride. Nevertheless, both nations have been using the game to improve their relations.

India and Pakistan had their first cricket match in 1954, when India invited the Pakistani cricket team for a game. The Pakistanis then reciprocated and invited the Indian team for a match. India and Pakistan met again in 1961 and 1965. Further matches were suspended after a war broke out between both countries.

Matches resumed in 1978, and Pakistan defeated India on Indian soil. Both nations consider a loss an insult. The insult is worsened when the home team is defeated - as happened in 1978. The Pakistani cricket team’s captain added fuel to fire when he said India’s defeat was “the victory of Muslims all over the world over the Hindus.” Meanwhile, India accused the umpire of supporting Pakistan.

India and Pakistan met in India again in February 1987. The match was attended by General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, the president of Pakistan, who informed India that Pakistan had nuclear weapons while the match was on. At the time, Pakistan had massed troops at its border in response to a massive military exercise held by India.

4. Stadium Diplomacy


China is the largest investor in Africa. One of its major investment vehicles is what is called stadium diplomacy, the construction of stadiums and sports facilities to curry favors from African governments. In 2010, it was reported that China had already built 50 stadiums in several countries across Africa.

Depending on the circumstances, China could single-handedly finance the stadium or provide a loan for its construction. In exchange, China receives undisclosed favors from the government. It is suspected that these favors include raw materials.

The stadiums are often elaborate and could even be regarded as national monuments. For instance, the 500-million-yuan, 42,000-seat Mozambique National Stadium in Mozambique is the largest built since the country gained independence. Like most of the other stadiums, it is built to FIFA and Olympic standards.

In 2015, China threw a well-timed jab at the US just as President Obama was making a state visit to Kenya. Two days before Obama’s arrival, the Chinese government announced it planned to refurbish the stadium in which Obama was expected to deliver a speech.

According to China, the project was one of the three it would finance for the Kenyan government. All three projects cost $17 million. Besides the obvious jab, the stadium was originally built by China in the 1980s and given as a gift to the Kenyan government.

3. Elephant Diplomacy


Elephant diplomacy is exclusively used by Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan government usually gives elephants to other nations as a sign of friendship and to foster improved relations. Elephants are so important to Sri Lankan diplomacy that a top Sri Lankan diplomat mentioned that the island nation only gives elephants to countries it considers friends.

In 2010, Sri Lanka gifted two adult elephants to South Korea. One was male, and the other was female. In 2013, President Mahinda Rajapaksa gave two baby elephants to Japan during a state visit.

2. Koala Diplomacy

Photo credit: Andrew Taylor

Koalas are cute and cuddly. They are also native to Australia, making them the perfect animals for Australian diplomacy. Koalas are so important to Australia’s diplomatic efforts that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has a 600-page manual detailing how the countries that receive the koalas should care for them.

When Australia isn’t giving its koalas to friendly nations like Japan and Singapore, it’s displaying them at summits. In 2014, several world leaders, including Presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin, were photographed with koalas during the G20 Summit in Australia.

Australia’s koala diplomacy was criticized by the Australian Labor Party in 2016. The Labor Party said that the current government had spent $400,000 on koala photo ops since it came to power. $133,000 was spent to transport four koalas to Singapore. The money included the cost of twice-weekly flights to deliver eucalyptus leaves to the koalas. $24,000 was also spent to deliver koalas to Brisbane, where the 2014 G20 summit was held.

1. Digital Diplomacy


Digital diplomacy has no definite meaning. In a nutshell, it is a catchall term referring to the use of information and communications technology for diplomacy. This could be the Internet, social media, or just digital devices. It could even be actions as simple as taking selfies.

Under diplomatic rules, the government of one country is not allowed to speak with the citizens of another. This has changed with the advent of digital diplomacy. Imagine the North Korean government tweets, a South Korean citizen replies, and the North Korean government replies back. That would be an example of digital diplomacy.

President Donald Trump makes use of digital diplomacy when he tweets on Twitter. Sometimes, foreign governments have replied to his comments on Twitter. At other times, they react to his tweets during television interviews. Foreign governments have also tweeted in response to statements President Trump made during interviews.

Top image: Social (Media) Mobility in Digital Diplomacy. Credit: USC Center on Public Diplomacy.

[Source: Listverse. Top image added.]


          Africa Minister makes two-country trip to Southern Africa to deepen partnership - GOV.UK      Cache   Translate Page      
Africa Minister makes two-country trip to Southern Africa to deepen partnership  GOV.UK

Minister for Africa Harriett Baldwin visited South Africa and Mozambique last week on a four-day trip discussing development, trade and investment.




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