China-US trade war
Central African Republic: Who benefits from destabilization ahead of the elections?
In the Central African Republic, on the eve of the December 27 presidential election, opposition forces are trying to disrupt the electoral process and destabilize the country.
France is defeated in Mali
Discussions on the military coup in Mali, one of France's former colonies in Africa, are ongoing
Monthly Review August 2020
Geopolitical events of August
How much does Africa owe, and to whom?
Africa's debt is far more than it can afford. The loans of different types (with interests and without), and investments - most with "conditions"
The three factors that led to the coup in Mali
We talked about the infrastructure of the crisis in Mali and its reflections on the region with the researcher on Africa, Kaan Devecioğlu
Revolution in Mali: Will the change in power spell the end of French influence?
The political cauldron continues to boil after Ibrahim Keita leaves office in Mali - but who is ready to take the next steps?
GERD: how to avoid catastrophe for Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Why are the current talks between Ethiopia, Egypt and the Sudanof global importance?
ECOWAS: from the African “eurozone” to political dictatorship
The active participation of African economic organizations like ECOWAS in politics is indicative of an attempt to recolonize the continent
The GERD: Ethiopia’s pressure and Egypt’s weakness
What are the geopolitical conditions behind the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam?
Why would Taiwan need a base in Somaliland?
Taipei is strengthening its presence in the Horn of Africa.
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