The recent formation of the Alliance of Sahel States is further proof of the consolidation of anti-French sentiment in the region. Philippe Toyo Noudjenoume, President of the West Africa Peoples’ Organization, says that this sentiment is especially strong in the Sahel region but is common throughout French-speaking Africa
US activists protested outside of the UN General Assembly against US and French imperialism and warmongering in the Sahel
The recent wave of coups in West Africa must be understood in the context of widespread discontent with the ruling elites and their collaboration with imperialism
As an emergency ECOWAS summit on the situation in Niger closes, ECOWAS orders the activation of its standby force
30,000 people gathered in Niamey on August 6 in support of Niger’s military leaders hours before a deadline of intervention imposed by ECOWAS was set to expire
On the eve of the 78th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings by the United States, the people of Niger stand up to throw off the shackles of Western intervention and dominance.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to Niger and its offer of US$ 150 million to the African country do not hide the fact that its main interest lies in security cooperation
Captain Ibrahim Traore came to power after deposing his senior officer Lt. Col Paul-Henri Damiba in a military coup on September 30. He faces the challenge of rising attacks by Islamist groups which have taken over 40% of the country’s territory