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The Chinese authorities’ recent actions and statements have effectively warned the residents of Taiwan that this weekend’s presidential election on the island represents “a choice between peace and war,” Gregory Coutaz, an assistant professor at the Department of Diplomacy and International Relations at Taiwan’s Tamkang University, said.

The scale and intensity of information wars have reached an unprecedented level, including in the former Soviet space, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) First Deputy Secretary General Leonid Anfimov said during an awards ceremony for journalists covering CIS events held at the offices of the CIS Executive Committee in Minsk.

A webinar hosted by Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Kenya recently shed light on the intricacies of Kenya’s Tax Amnesty Programme introduced by the Finance Act 2023.