Global South countries that are least responsible for the climate crisis are being forced to take on the devastating costs, writes Jerome Phelps.
My 10 Years of Reporting on AFRICOM
A decade ago, Nick Turse embarked on a quest to cover what the U.S. military was doing in Africa.
Africa, the Collateral Victim of a Distant Conflict
Memories of older forms of colonialism sharpen the way that many Africans view their treatment now, writes Vijay Prashad.
Mali & the French Project in Africa’s Sahel
Despite all the talk of trade, Vijay Prashad says the real focus of the G5 Sahel was always going to be security.
IS-K, the Taliban & Africa’s ‘Frozen Uprising’
Far to the southwest of the IS-K stronghold of Nangarhara in eastern Afghanistan, and across the Arabian Sea, are the northern provinces of Mozambique, writes Vijay Prashad.
AFRICA: Deby’s Death, Chad’s Crisis & the Ghosts of Libya
Danny Sjursen says it is no accident that some 60 percent of the coups in Africa over the last half century occurred in former French colonies.
How France and the US Cooperate
Danny Sjursen delves into the destabilizing Franco-American Sahel “stabilization” mission.