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The Waters are Running Red in Africa's Great Lakes Region by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 21 November 2022

Who's really behind Burkina Faso's coup? by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 8 November 2022

Africa Doesn't Want to Be a New-Cold-War Breeding Ground by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News,4 November 2022

My 10 Years of Reporting on AFRICOM by Nick Turse, Consortium News, 26 October 2022

Charting the Rise of Anti-French Sentiment Across Northern Africa by Vijay Prashad, ZNet, 19 October 2022

When Will the Stars Align Again for Burkina Faso? by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News, 17 October 2022

The real US agenda in Africa is hegemony by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 5 October 2022

‘Ghost soldiers' – Britain's shadow war in west Africa by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 15 September 2022

Land in South Africa & Those Who Work It by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News, 13 June 2022

Africa, the Collateral Victim of a Distant Conflict by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News, 5 June 2022

Mali & the French Project in Africa's Sahel by Vijay Prashad, Consortium News, 24 May 2022

New report: Decades of US military aid has been a disaster for Nigerians by Nick Turse, Responsible Statecraft, 23 May 2022

A history of naked imperialism continues as Biden approves Somalia redeployment by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 21 May 2022

Mali's Military Ejects France, But Faces Serious Challenges by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 13 May 2022

Western Sahara's Polisario breaks ties with Spain, The New Arab, 10 April 2022

Sudan coup: As millions go hungry, a bitter political game is unfolding by Magdi El Gizouli, Middle East Eye, 24 March 2022

France Withdraws From Mali, But Continues to Devastate Africa's Sahel by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 28 February 2022

How US meddling split Sudan, creating an oil republic drowning in poverty and conflict by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 1 February 2022

Are we training future coup leaders and creating new terrorists in West Africa? by Nick Turse, Responsible Statecraft, 31 January 2022

New Gates Foundation trustee led plot to overthrow Zimbabwean leader alongside US gov't by Alexander Rubinstein, The Grayzone, 31 January 2022

UK Enables Cameroon's Abusive Dictatorship by Phil Miller, Consortium News, 27 January 2022

The ‘Afterlives' of German Colonialism in East Africa by Tom Menger, Consortium News, 27 January 2022

Another U.S.-Trained Soldier Stages a Coup in West Africa by Nick Turse, The Intercept, 26 January 2022

Biden's Continuation of Trump's Western Sahara Policy Is Deeply Troubling by Stephen Zunes, Common Dreams, 22 January 2022

Morocco Drives a War in Western Sahara for Its Phosphates by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 21 January 2022

Telling Lies on an International Scale by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 19 January 2022

How CIA Plots Undermined African De-Colonization by Eve Ottenberg, CounterPunch, 31 December 2021

Using and abusing Djibouti: How thby e US transformed a tiny African state into a hub of imperial aggression by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 31 December 2021

Desmond Tutu Opposed Capitalism, Israeli Apartheid and US/UK Imperialism, Too by David Rovics, ZNet, 27 December 2021

There's a Nonsensical Propaganda Campaign to Make China Look Bad in Uganda by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 8 December 2021

China is not colonizing Africa by Margaret Kimberley, MR Online, 6 December 2021

Backed by AFRICOM, corporations plunder DR Congo for “climate-friendly” materials and blame China by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 30 November 2021

How the US enabled Ethiopia's bloodletting, training its military while playing innocent observer by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 26 October 2021

Sudan coup 2021: What is happening? by Chloé Benoist, Middle East Eye, 25 October 2021

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US Lectures Africa, Ignoring History and Hiding Purpose by Ted Snider, Antiwar.com, 24 November 2021

Mali massacre: police marksmen had British backing via EU scheme despite Brexit by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 11 October 2021

Extracting Profits – imperialism, climate change and resistance in Africa by Lee Wengraf, MR Online, 9 October 2021

British army ignored five fires before sparking Kenya inferno by Phil Miller, Declassified UK, 24 September 2021

The Violence of Colonialism and the Exploitation of Africa by Rod Driver, ZNet, 19 September 2021

Canadian Imperialism in Africa by Yves Engler, ZNet, 14 September 2021

The US is turning oil-rich Nigeria into a proxy for its Africa wars by TJ Coles, The Grayzone, 13 September 2021

Rwanda's Military Is the French Proxy on African Soil by Vijay Prashad, ZNet, 9 September 2021

Africa's uprising is frozen, its cry swollen with hope by Vijay Prashad, MR Online, 3 September 2021

Nigeria's endless quest for democracy by Synda Obaji, Red Pepper. 1 September 2021

In Somalia, the US is bombing the very ‘terrorists' it created by Tim Coles, The Grayzone, 13 August 2021

South Africa's Never-Ending Crisis by Busi Sibeko, Consortium News, 6 August 2021

Israel's New Observer Status at African Union by Yotam Gidron, Consortium News, 3 August 2021

Social catastrophe and kleptocracy feed the fires in South Africa by Richard Pithouse, ROAR, 20 July 2021

A Senseless Cathedral of Doom by Vijay Prashad, ZNet, 17 July 2021

How Nigerian ‘corruption' is a cautionary tale for the UK by Chibundu Onuzo, The Guardian, 29 April 2021

How France continues to dominate its former Colonies in Africa by Ndongo Samba Sylla, Fanny Pigeaud and Chris Dite, MR Online, 27 April 2021

Majority of Voters Want Government to Rein In Wall Street's Climate Destruction: Poll by Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams, 12 April 2021

Book Review: Driving the Samburu Bride by H. Patricia Hynes, ScheerPost, 12 April 2021

Rising Isis attacks in Africa mean the ‘war on terror' is far from over by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 27 March 2021

South Africa's Widespread Corruption Is the Rotten Fruit of Apartheid by Ayanda Kota, Jacobin, 24 March 2021

How Uganda's ecofeminists are fighting back against oil-industry land grabs by Sostine Namanya and Bwailisa Christine, openDemocracy, 8 March 2021

Western Sahara, Africa's Last Colony, Resumes Liberation Struggle by Sidi Omar, Consortium News, 2 March 2021

13 Years Was Too Long for Shell's Victims in Nigeria by Donald Pols, Consortium News, 19 February 2021

‘Tacit approval' for killings: UK Foreign Office and police support to Kenyan anti-terror unit ‘operating like a criminal gang' revealed by Declassified UK correspondents, Daily Maverick, 11 February 2021

Britain whitewashes Uganda's stolen election by Phil Miller, Daily Maverick, 20 January 2021

60 years on, Patrice Lumumba's assassination stands as a gruesome reminder of post-colonial brutality by Peter Bolton, Information Clearing House, 17 January 2021

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