Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 29, 2021

Al Jazeera: Who are the fighters launching attacks in northern Mozambique?
The latest attack in Cabo Delgado province kills dozens of civilians and forces thousands of Palma residents and IDPs to flee towards safety.
Fighters stormed the strategic town of Palma in northern Mozambique last week in a dramatic escalation of an armed campaign that has wreaked havoc in the gas-rich Cabo Delgado province since 2017.
The government on Sunday said “dozens of defenceless people” were killed in the coordinated raid that saw the attackers fire indiscriminately at people and buildings in the coastal town.
Among the victims were seven people caught in an ambush during an operation to evacuate them from a hotel where they had fled to in order to escape Wednesday’s attack.
Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials — March 29, 2021
Why the Suez mishap is a foretaste of the new cold war stakes — David Fickling, The Print
Suez Crisis Will Become Unstuck. The Real Security Crisis Will Remain — Bloomberg
Where's the Asian NATO? — Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy
Rare earth quandary: China has US by the throat — Dave Makichuk, Asia Times
There Won’t Be Any ‘Reset’ With China — Rachel Cheung and Benjamin Wilhelm, WPR
Very Important Developments Are Taking Place In China — Michael Every, Rabobank
Iran–China strategic agreement could be a game-changer — Amin Saikal, The Strategist
Why China Could Decide To Invade Taiwan, And Soon — R. Jordan Prescott, 19FortyFive
What can Japan do in a Taiwan-China clash? — Michael MaCarthur Bosack, Japan Times
With Huge Iran Deal, China Hopes Deep Pockets Further Boost Influence In Middle East — Reid Standish, RFE
It Is Time for a Realistic Bargain With North Korea –– Eric Brewer and Sue Mi Terry, Foreign Affairs
Can Eritrea’s Afwerki hold on to power after the Tigray war? — Abraham T Zere, Al Jazeera
OPEC’s Biggest Fear Is Becoming A Reality — Irina Slav,
WHO and China: a healthy relationship? — AFP
What you need to know about the coronavirus right now — ReutersOriginal Article

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