Journalist and activist Elias Amare, U.S./Africa Bridge Building Project Director Imani Countess, American Ethiopian Public Affairs Committee (AEPAC) organizer Elias Hiruy, and medical doctor and #NoMore Movement co-founder Simon Tesfamariam discussed economic development as a human right at the first-ever African Peoples' Forum. This was organized to counter the Biden administration's U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
Hundreds of people of African descent convened this past weekend at two events that aimed to be the people's opposition to the Biden administration's U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, which is taking place this week amid a military buildup to enforce the summit's security in Washington, D.C.
The Biden administration’s aggressive sanctions aim to “kneecap” China’s tech sector. A former Pentagon official acknowledged it is a “disproportionate” and “unilateral” attack, a “form of economic containment.” Benjamin Norton reports.
The United States and South Korea seem to be attempting to send a clear message to both North Korea and China of their united military posture in the region. It comes as the U.S. encirclement of China continues rapidly. Aditya Sarin analyzes the situation.
Officials from Russia, France and the United States are vying for influence over the 1.3 billion people living within the African Union’s 55 member-states. Abayomi Azikiwe analyzes the situation.
If anyone expected ambitious delivery of climate finance given the rhetoric at the United Nations’ 26th Conference of Parties (COP26), they would be disappointed. Ongoing discussions regarding climate funding to help developing countries meet their obligations reveal serious limitations, according to experts Rishika Pardikar interviewed.