Continue reading Niger’s Sudden Breakup with Neighbor Reveals France’s Covert Plans
Niger has officially canceled its military agreement with Benin. The leaders of the coup allege that Benin violated the agreement by permitting France to station troops on its territory for a potential attack.
A South African official met an unprepared and “desperate” Victoria Nuland, begging for local help rolling back the popular coup in Niger. The recent BRICS conference might give Nuland even more to fret about.
Continue reading Victoria Nuland’s Desperate Plea for African Cooperation to Reverse Niger’s Popular Coup!
Berlin Conference of 1884-1885 was undeniably one of the biggest evil summits in modern history. Greedy and racist European colonialists sat down in the German city and divided Africans as if they were sharing bread on a breakfast table.
Continue reading From Burkina Faso to Niger to Gabon, Western Hegemony Dying in Africa
African leaders are not suicidal, unlike their counterparts in Kiev, and are thus less willing to do NATO’s bidding.
Continue reading The West’s Attempt to Create a Ukrainian Scenario in Niger is Faltering
Rather than send troops in response to the coup, France and the U.S. seem to favor a “Rwanda” type solution applied in Mozambique earlier this year, writes Vijay Prashad. Only this time ECOWAS would apply force.
Continue reading Niger is Far from a Typical Coup
The new military leadership in the country is aware of the potential dangers of engaging the services of the defense contractor, according to Victoria Nuland.
Continue reading Maidan ‘Midwife’ Victoria Nuland Deployed to Africa
The latest political situation unfolded in Niger, the unexpected removal of democratically-elected President Mohamed Bazoum late July and the deepening differences in perception across Africa explicitly shows Africa’s level of political illusions and, practical reality towards attaining unity dimension in Africa.
Continue reading Emerging New Political Order: Niger’s Military Coup d’Etat
Paris has vowed to protect its interests in the country, which cut off supplies of the critical material after a coup
Continue reading Africa Rising: France Loses Its Uranium Meal Ticket in Niger