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Here we are, all of us on the shores of the Red Sea, in Sharm el-Sheikh, for the 27th Conference of the Parties on Climate Change.

Published on November 2022

It was at the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic. We were talking about the world after, options, solutions, priorities, getting back to life, and plans. But Covid is still there, perhaps lurking, waiting to distill its umpteenth variant.

Published on November 2022

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SHUTTERSTOCK

Thirty years after the fall of apartheid, the country is facing multiple crises: low growth, scarce energy, record crime, corruption, persistent social inequalities inherited from segregation... The dream of a prosperous "rainbow nation" is getting further away every day.

Published on November 2022
Zyad Limam

Here we are, all of us on the shores of the Red Sea, in Sharm el-Sheikh, for the 27th Conference of the Parties on Climate Change.

Published on November 2022
The Lusail Stadium, which will host the World Cup final, on the outskirts of Doha. FRANCK FAUGÈRE/PRESSE SPORTS

For the very wealthy Gulf emirate, this is the moment of truth. The World Cup kicks off on November 20. It will be necessary to be at the height of a planetary event, at a time when declarations of boycott are multiplying. And in a more than demanding geopolitical, security and health context.

Published on November 2022
Zyad Limam

It was at the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic. We were talking about the world after, options, solutions, priorities, getting back to life, and plans. But Covid is still there, perhaps lurking, waiting to distill its umpteenth variant.

Published on November 2022

THE BEAT

Thirty years after the fall of apartheid, the country is facing multiple crises: low growth, scarce energy, record crime, corruption, persistent social inequalities inherited from segregation... The dream of a prosperous "rainbow nation" is getting further away every day.

Published on November 2022

The northern of the country, which shares long borders with Burkina Faso and Mali, is exposed to attacks by jihadist terrorist groups. The State invests itself on the economic level, accentuates the military grid and the contact with the populations. Report closer to these men deployed on a dangerous ground.

Published on November 2022

SPECIAL SURVEYS

There are ambitious targets to be achieved by 2030. Sights are set not only on doubling the country's wealth but also getting a far-reaching modernisation process underway, not only for the state but also for the private sector and the people.

Published on November 2022

Despite a harsh and complex environment, Djibouti has built an ambitious development project while ensuring peace and stability. A new day is dawning, with free zones, industrialization, energy and digital technology.

Published on November 2022