Category Archives: Mali

Landlocked Sahel Countries Have Gained Access to Atlantic Ocean Through Morocco Ports

I think it is necessary to believe that elevating the value of the Sahel States will definitely raise Africa`s value which will leverage the entire world”

Karamoko Jean-Marie Traoré, Burkina Faso Minister of Foreign affairs

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Ni CFA, ni ECO: Mamadou Koulibaly sur les alternatives monétaires du Mali, Burkina, Niger

Source: Nathalie Yamb

13 Septembre 2023

Le Prof. Mamadou Koulibaly a animé une conférence intitulée: “A défaut de poursuivre le processus d’intégration vers l’ECO, quelles alternatives pour le Mali, le Burkina Faso, le Niger et la Read the rest

Libérons le Niger, l’Afrique et la France de leurs occupants !

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Libérons le Niger, l’Afrique et la France de leurs occupants !

Déclaration de Jacques Cheminade, président de Solidarité et Progrès, ancien candidat à l’élection présidentielle et invité de l’Institut Schiller.

Nous publions cette déclaration de Jacques Cheminade, qui honore régulièrement de sa présence les conférences
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Free Niger, Africa and France From Their Occupiers!

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This article appears in the August 25, 2023 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Free Niger, Africa and France
From Their Occupiers!

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The following statement by Jacques Cheminade, President of the Solidarité & Progrès political party in

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ECOWAS Should Address Silent Coups Imposed on African Nations – Arikana Quao

“This is just the beginning of the African Revolution, and it is not going to stop!”- Dr Arikana Chihombori Quao

17 August 2023

France forcing Niger to send all its natural resources to France, having its own military in Niger and forcing Nigeriens to only be trained by France is Read the rest

To Prevent More Coups Like Niger: Eliminate Poverty in Africa

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Niger’s coup should make it obvious to the architects of U.S.-European policy for Africa, unless they are brain-dead, that a radically new course of strategic thinking is required. Promoting economic development is the most vital element of a new strategic policy for Africa, Read the rest