Mozambique's civil war has seen 24 countries send in troops to protect the resource-rich north. But while insurgents have been beaten back and gas fields secured, the local population faces a humanitarian disaster. African Stream takes a look at Africa's forgotten war.
Burkina Faso has given France one month to pull troops out. France was conducting an anti-terror operation that the people of Burkina Faso deemed a failure. African Stream reports.
The value of "Striking From the Margins" is its subtle refusal to put forth a heavy-handed, neoliberal proposal on how to “reform” West Asia, or what is often referred to as the Middle East. Instead, it offers proper context for readers to take a step back, thoughtfully assess the situation and envision new ways to embark on such a difficult development process, writes Timothy Harun.
South Korea’s history offers a stark and ominous lesson, one the mainstream media would prefer the public ignore. The United States has taken brutal actions to maintain control and hegemony, writes K.J. Noh.