El popular gobierno militar de Níger ha ido consolidando su apoyo nacional y regional. Mientras tanto, la CEDEAO se ve acosada por la desunión y la oposición interna tras amenazar con una intervención militar para restaurar al derrocado Mohamed Bazoum con el respaldo de Francia y EE.UU.
Niger’s popular military government has been consolidating domestic and regional support. Meanwhile, ECOWAS is beset by disunity and domestic opposition after threatening military intervention to restore the ousted Mohamed Bazoum with the backing of France and US
At least 49 African countries will take part in the Russia-Africa summit that will begin in St. Petersburg on July 27. The food sovereignty of African countries is likely to be high on the agenda and the summit will try to finalize the establishment of a new grain deal fitting their needs
Israel was approved as a member of the advisory group for combating terrorism last month during the IPU’s general assembly in Bahrain. Algeria cited its longstanding and firm support for the Palestinian cause as the reason behind the withdrawal
Kambale Musavuli talks about the political situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo following the discovery of mass graves in North Kivu, in Eastern DRC. He also explains why the solutions proposed by the East African Community do not have much of a chance of working
La junta militar que gobierna Sudán y los partidos políticos de derechas han firmado un acuerdo marco para establecer un gobierno de transición y celebrar nuevas elecciones. El Partido Comunista de Sudán ha afirmado que este acuerdo excluirá a millones de personas y legitimará el régimen golpista.
Israel’s deputy director for Africa Sharon Bar Li was asked to leave the inaugural meeting of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa. South Africa later said that Israel’s status as observer had not yet been finalized and hence, the expulsion was justified
Resources like cobalt, copper, lithium, and the trees of the rainforest continue to be exploited by the rest of the world despite the carnage that has afflicted Africa’s Great Lakes for the past 30 years
While the agreement, in which TPLF has accepted disarmament, has been welcomed for bringing the civil war to an end, critics warn of the dangers of concessions made to the rebel group by the federal government
Negotiations between the federal government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) began in South Africa on October 25, as the latter’s military defeat appears imminent. The civil war in Ethiopia started after the TPLF attacked a federal army base in November 2020
Vijay Prashad speaks with Dr. Fred M’membe of the Socialist Party about the reach and impact of the United States Africa Command in Zambia
The creation of the African Medicines Agency with the objective of maintaining European standards for medicines in the continent may hamper the supply of regular and economical versions of medicines in areas where access is already skewed