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A man carries bottled water as he cross a flooded street following heavy rain that flooded and claimed the lives of at least 33 people earlier in the week, in the city of Zhengzhou, in China's Henan province on July 23, 2021. Noel Celis / AFP
This week, the climate crisis became a lot more concrete. Heatwaves and fire across North America overlapped with massive floods in Germany and China. I say ‘concrete’ but of course climate change has been pretty concrete for millions of climate refugees across the Global South for a while now. Rather, in the words of the ...

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China and the United States have merely pretended to compete in Africa, talking past each other, mostly focusing on securing regime allegiance in the case of the former, and on virtue signaling over human rights, democracy and transparency in the case of the latter, while both largely ignoring the most basic needs and preoccupations of the continent’s peoples.
Howard W. French, Author & Journalist, United States

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