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African Union at 20: Challenges ahead

African Union at 20: Challenges ahead

The African Union was founded in 2002 as a successor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU), an intergovernmental organisation that functions as a link between the African countries. With the union commemorating its 20th anniversary this year, the continent has faced several challenges in recent years, including civil wars, stalling transitions, Islamic militancy, food insecurity, and climate change-related threats. The[Read More…]

by 27/05/2022 Comments are Disabled World
Coup Season – The African Status Quo

Coup Season – The African Status Quo

Apparently, it is coup season in Africa, and the reasons for these upheavals always vary, from outright power grabs by opposing political factions to foreign-backed attempts at controlling central governments and resources. Pointing out governance issues identifies a serious aspect around the ‘ease’ at which coups take place successful or not. Regional and continental entities are generally at the forefront[Read More…]

by 26/02/2022 Comments are Disabled World
African Union: The West’s Gendarme In Africa

African Union: The West’s Gendarme In Africa

The African Union is the west’s gendarme in Africa with it’s combined national armed forces increasingly primed to invade and occupy rather than keep the peace. The latest potential victim of the African Union, backed by its big brother, the UN, is South Sudan. Before that Burundi was threatened with invasion by the AU “peacekeepers”. And this is just the[Read More…]

by 09/09/2016 1 comment Imperialism