Moroccan Spring is in Play Now


It’s been over nine months of perpetual protests in the northern region of Morocco known as Rif since the parties seem unable to reach a compromise since neither protesters, nor the government are capable of putting forward a solution that would satisfy all sides…

Russian Nuclear Technology Conquers Africa


Africa is a huge continent with vast resources, most of whose countries have a weakly developed economy. This is a huge potential field of activity for more developed countries wishing to profitably invest money and technology…

African Horizons of the New Silk Road


The New Silk Road project (the NSRDahJTkfw mapped out by China in 2013 envisaged the development of a network of land transport routes originating in China and interconnecting Eurasian countries, thus creating a single Eurasian economic space. A Maritime Silk…

Tunisia Denies Harboring US Drones


Since 2014, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia, Mongi Hamdi, along with military and political circles of the country have been categorically denying the fact that an American military base has been deployed in the country…

Israel Reinforces its Position in Africa


Relations between the Jewish state and the African continent were first established in the mid-twentieth century after the countries of the African continent gained independence. Golda Meir, who proposed to assist the countries of the Dark Continent…

The Leading Asian States Strengthens Positions in Africa


The African continent once again (as it was in the second half of the 19th centuryDahJTkfw becomes the object of attention of the world’s leading States. However, the fundamental difference between the present stage of their activity in Africa from…

Terror in Mali: An Attack on China and Russia?


Coming on the heels of the terrorist attack in Paris, the mass shooting and siege at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako, the capital of the African nation of Mali, is still further evidence of the escalation of terrorism throughout the world. While…

Refugees as Weapons in a Propaganda War


In the wake of the horrific terror attacks in Paris, world attention will once again be focused on the issue of refugees entering Europe. While much of the spotlight has been rightly pointed at Syrian refugees fleeing the western-sponsored war…

Killing Cecil: Africa Still the West’s Neocolonial Playground


In yet another sickening display of ecocide and neocolonialism, an American dentist has set social media ablaze with his reprehensible killing for sport of Cecil, a majestic lion long since one of the major attractions in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe…

What Good Can be Mali to Russia?


We ought to abandon the belief that politics and economics have eternal leaders: what position did China have mere 30 years ago? And where is it right now? What is happening before our eyes with once-powerful Europe? Where is the guarantee that in 30 years very…

Want Independence? Angola Will Show You What It Is


Any ethnic group whose homeland is in another country dreams of independence. Now Scotland wants it after the UK elections, Reepublika Srpska in Bosnia wants it, Catalonia wants it, Kashmir wants it. What independence actually means is left to the prospective…

Eritrea, Human Rights, and Neocolonial Propaganda


The East African country of Eritrea is once again being demonized internationally as a systematic violator of human rights. The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHRDahJTkfw has issued an allegedly damning report…

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