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CNN and a Senator Are Gently Pounding the War Drums for Ethiopia
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CNN and a Senator Are Gently Pounding the War Drums for Ethiopia
April 13, 2021

Black Africans are competent just like the rest of us and if anyone can understand the solution to the problems in the Sudan-Ethiopia-Somalia corridor then it will surely be the locals.

U.S. Paves Way for Intervention in Ethiopia, Horn of Africa
March 12, 2021

USAID – with an annual budget of over $27 billion and operating in over 100 countries – is notoriously intertwined with covert operations run by the CIA, Finian Cunningham writes.

U.S. Paves Way for Intervention in Ethiopia, Horn of Africa
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#BlackLivesMatter – But to Whom?
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#BlackLivesMatter – But to Whom?
March 7, 2021

Western “big pharma” profit imperative and patent controls inevitably mean that poor countries will always be last on the list to receive supplies of vaccines on a consumer-commodity basis. The wealthier nations are as usual taking the lion’s share. Some estimate that at present rate, it won’t be until 2024 when African nations will be fully inoculated.

Trump’s Ploy in Somalia Could Lead to a Civil War Which Would End Any Hopes of Qatar Deal
December 9, 2020

Just as Bill Clinton had to make his toughest foreign policy decision almost immediately entering the Oval Office, so too will Joe Biden.

Trump’s Ploy in Somalia Could Lead to a Civil War Which Would End Any Hopes of Qatar Deal
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Pandemia’s Norm: Wars and Rumors of Wars
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Pandemia’s Norm: Wars and Rumors of Wars
November 22, 2020

Pandemia is a place where a deadly virus pandemic spreads in an out-of-control fashion, Wayne Madsen writes.

War in Ethiopia Threatens to Engulf Horn of Africa
November 16, 2020

Africa’s second most populous nation is being plunged into catastrophic war which is also threatening to engulf the Horn of Africa. It’s scorched-earth geopolitics.

War in Ethiopia Threatens to Engulf Horn of Africa
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A Convergence of Calamities
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A Convergence of Calamities
November 16, 2020

Kaya can’t deal with the massive influx of people forced from their homes by Islamist militants. Burkina Faso can’t deal with the one million people already displaced by conflict.

Regime-Change Mission in Ethiopia by Nobel Peace Laureate
November 11, 2020

After two years as prime minister Abiy Ahmed has overseen the collapse of a once strong and independent country, the only nation in Africa never to have been colonized by foreign powers.

Regime-Change Mission in Ethiopia by Nobel Peace Laureate
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