Saturday, September 23, 2017

West African Reactions On The Invasion of The Gambia

The Invasion of The Gambia, code-named Operation Restore Democracy, is an ongoing military conflict between several West African countries and some parts of the...

Israel Coups the African Union for Observer Status

Israel is making clear its intentions in negotiations with the African Union, bribing AU leaders – or what they call lobbying in the United...

African Elections – Why Win the Battle and Lose the War?

ACCRA -- This will not be the first. We have won a few important battles in the past but we lost the wars on...

Africa’s Porous Unprotected Borders are Blocking Trade and Economic Development

By Keith Somerville: Keith Somerville is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, teachers at the University of Kent and runs the Africa – News and Analysis (www.africajournalismtheworld.com) website.

Cry For France But No Tears For Boko Haram Victims

It was a sight beholding in its rancid hypocrisy. It was a veritable bonfire of the hypocrisies. The world leaders in attendance numbered about...
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Hillary Clinton and Her Thugs Steal Seven Billion From Libya

TRIPOLI -- The latest news on Hillary Clinton’s aiding and abetting the murder of Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi in 2011 confirms what many thinking...

Russia’s Foreign Policy – Background and Lessons for the African Union

ACCRA -- On March 3’rd 2016, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov published an article on Russia’s Foreign Policy – Historical Background in the influential...

In Burundi Coup or No Coup?

BUJUMBURA, Burundi -- On Wednesday, thousands of protestors, flanked on either side by soldiers and tanks, marched to the center of the capital city...

The Illusion of Modern Democracy

Attention! Your attention, please. This is not my story. When it was first told you had no idea why it mattered to you. I...

African Summits in Foreign Lands – A Civil Society Perspective

KEMBUJE, Gambia -- When the U.S. called on African leaders, it was yet again another country calling on African leaders for a discussion about...