Posts Tagged: AFRICOM
The U.S.-Algeria relationship, a marriage of convenience, was cemented after 9-11 by a what may have been a staged terrorist attack on the part of Algeria.
AFRICOM morphs from aid and diplomacy to militarizing U.S. foreign policy in the region.
However irrational, Gaddafi was capable of both prescience and irony regarding his region's politics.
An opening for progressives in the U.S. and in Africa to push the Obama Administration on its short-sighted Africa policy might exist in 2011.
In this interview, Peace Corps volunteer Nathan Dieck provides a rare firsthand account of a U.S. counter-terrorism operation in Africa.
The G8 is reneging on humanitarian aid pledges to Africa while U.S. military aid to Africa swells.
The Pentagon has some unusual bedfellows in its operation in Uganda.
With Asian countries investing heavily in a diverse portfolio of African interests, why is the United States still only focused on the continent's oil?
Developments in the struggle for African justice are at once promising and disturbing.
The Pentagon touts a victory for the Africa Command's support of a recent Ugandan incursion into Congo. Media reports suggest otherwise.