Who stands to benefit from the recent military toppling of Mugabe in Zimbabwe?
On November 21, after 37 years in power, Zimbabwe’s dictator, Robert Mugabe, resigned in infamy.
By contrast, the late South African leader, Nelson Mandela, was revered in the West. His successor, Thabo Mbeki, was well-respected.
Minister of Law and Justice of Pakistan Zahid Hamid resigned under the pressure of religious conservatives who organized mass demonstrations in major cities of the country.
The geopolitical advance to the warm seas that began in the era of the Russian Empire continues.
Only a relatively few historians acknowledge just how close Britain came to losing the First World War.