Sunday, April 14, 2024

Tag: Africa

Epic fail

Niger new ruling junta tells the United States to pack up its war and go home!

Remote warfare and expendable people

Since September 2001, the United States has been fighting its “war on terror”—what’s now referred to as this country’s “Forever Wars.”

Exposed: Saudi Arabia’s secret plan to fuel fossil dependency in Africa...

The investigation discovered that this extensive plan involves not only the deployment of fleets of petrol and diesel-fueled vehicles, but also a calculated move to lobby against subsidies for electric vehicles across the globe.

Moscow’s man on the spot in Africa

Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder and commander of a notorious mercenary army, will not be the last of those extraordinary secret agents, those men on the spot, who leave their fingerprints on the crime scenes of world history.

Ethiopia: Amhara genocide and the threat of civil war

If peace, social harmony and democracy are to be established, long-term constitutional reform is needed, ethnic federalism abandoned and fair and open parliamentary elections held. 

A tale of two missions

Is detente making a comeback?

Where are the world’s water stresses?

Around the world, significant issues are negatively impacting water security. While the situation appears dire, cooperation initiatives show some signs of relief.

Offloading climate responsibility on the victims of climate change

An interview with Nigerian environmentalist Nnimmo Bassey.

What South Sudan needs and doesn’t need

The multiple crises affecting South Sudan.


FAA Reauthorization Act’s stealth attack on student loan forgiveness

Inside the bill lies a clause that could effectively pilot a broader campaign against the cancellation of student debts, starting with those incurred for flight training and education.

Is it inflation? Or is it ‘greedflation?’

Inflation is dropping, but prices aren’t coming down. So how can this be?

There is only one spaceship Earth

This is how to free the world of genocide and ecocide.

Tennessee’s bold move: Arming educators as a countermeasure to rising school shootings

The bill under scrutiny mandates that teachers wishing to carry concealed weapons undergo 40 hours of specialized training, alongside mental health evaluations and background checks.

Biden administration announces new plan to cancel student debt

The new plan is an effort to fulfill a promise that President Biden made as a candidate in 2020.