Author: Maryam Akhtar

Cargo Ship Blocks Suez Canal

The Suez Canal, constructed in the 1860s and currently operated by Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA), is a 193km waterway connecting Europe and Asia. The canal is a major shipping route as it cuts traveling distance of ships by thousands of kilometres, allowing goods to be transported quickly and more

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Regional Stability in Myanmar on Edge

Myanmar is a Southeast Asian country that — under the control of a repressive military group from 1962 to 2011 — was long considered an outcast. After gaining independence in 1947, the country was left in turmoil, with regular domestic conflict that disabled any prospects of forming a stable nation.

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