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Shifting Alliances: The Rise of Russian Military Influence in West Africa Amid US Withdrawal

In recent years, West Africa has witnessed significant changes in its military alliances. Several countries in the region are asking US military bases to leave while inviting Russian military forces.

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Conviction of President Trump and Lessons for African Leaders

The recent conviction of former President Donald Trump on 34 felony counts has sparked deep reflection on leadership standards worldwide. As the first former American president to face such legal.

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10 Key Takeaways from President Ruto’s Visit to the White House

President Joe Biden welcomed Kenyan President William Ruto to the White House for a State Visit and Dinner, marking 60 years of U.S.-Kenya partnership. This occasion highlights the enduring and.

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Security and Economy: How helpful is the US in Sudan?

For decades, Sudan was viewed by the United States with suspicion and even hostility. Listed as a state sponsor of terrorism, Sudan’s internal conflicts and human rights violations kept it.

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HARNESSING AFRICA’S GOLD MINE INDUSTRY

Many African countries have long debated how to ensure that mineral resource wealth contributes to long-term economic development. It is an especially pressing issue in resource-rich countries that perform poorly.

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United States envoy to UN visits Kenya, Ghana, Mozambique, as Biden releases $15 billion investment fund

  The Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations, Linda Thomas Greenfield, will travel to Ghana, Mozambique, and Kenya from January 25 to 29, to advance joint.

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Africans should be in the UN Security Council says merciful China.

China is advocating for a place for Africans in the UN Security Council. Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang has said Africa should have a greater voice in the UN Security.

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The Turnaround In South Africa Health Care

The United States made an important declaration on February 10, citing that South Africa, going forward will be classified as a developed country. They made this announcement at a time.

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AU, EU, US, Germany, Others Seal Food Security Deal

African Union, European Union, Nigeria, Spain, United States, Colombia, Germany, and Indonesia have affirmed their commitment to responding to the urgent food security and nutrition needs of hundreds of millions.

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US Announces Another $150 Million for Africa Food Crisis

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield on Friday announced a $150 million package for Africa to help address food and humanitarian crises. Speaking before a gathering of over 500.

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