Category Archives: Somalia

East African Community continues on a trajectory of expansion as Summit admits Somalia into the bloc

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East African Community continues on a trajectory of expansion as Summit admits Somalia into the bloc

East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania, 25th November, 2023: The East African Community has once more expanded its borders and market … Read the rest

Negotiations between EAC and Federal Republic of Somalia for admission into EAC begin in Nairobi, Kenya

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EAC Secretary General Hon. (Dr.) Peter Mathuki (left) hands over the EAC flag to the Somalia’s Minister of Planning, Hon. Mohamud Abdirahman Sheikh Farah (centre), after the official opening of the negotiations between EAC and Somalia in Nairobi. On the right is Dr. Adbusalam Omer, Special Envoy of Somalia, is the Lead Negotiator for the Federal Republic of Somalia.

Negotiations between EAC and Federal Republic of Somalia for admission into EAC begin in Nairobi, Kenya

East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania, 22nd August, 2023: Negotiations between the East African Community (EAC) and the Federal Republic … Read the rest

U.S. Geopolitics Exposes Itself in CFR report on China’s Belt and Road-Will Africa benefit?

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U.S. Geopolitics Exposes Itself in CFR report on China’s Belt and Road-Will Africa benefit?

China’s Belt and Road Initiative- BRI (Courtesy of dailysabah.com)

February12, 2022

Lawrence Freeman

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) March 2021 report: China’s Belt and Road: Implications for … Read the rest

Ethiopia -ESAT Insight US Policy: One Sided? with Bronwyn BrutonFri 31 Dec 2021

brilliant interview on US policy in the Horn of Africa

Source: ESATtv Ethiopia

Ethiopia -ESAT Insight US Policy: One Sided? with Bronwyn BrutonFri 31 Dec 2021

31 December 2021

ESAT Insight US Policy: One Sided? with Bronwyn BrutonFri Senior Fellow Atlantic Council Africa Center To End Ethiopia’s War, Biden Needs Read the rest

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

Source: Rising Tide Foundation

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

28 Dec 2021

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that Read the rest

Strategic Hour with Matt Ehret: Exposing the British Creation of Radical Islam 1865-present

Source: Canadian Patriot Press

Strategic Hour with Matt Ehret: Exposing the British Creation of Radical Islam 1865-present

24 February 2021

In this week’s episode of the Strategic Hour on Rogue News, Matt, V and CJ discussed the true origins of modern radical Islam (as well as radical Zionism and Christian Read the rest

Horn of Africa Endangered by Untrue Media Attacks on Ethiopia

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Horn of Africa Endangered by Untrue Media Attacks on Ethiopia

by Lawrence Freeman

February 4, 2021

In January 2021, the world witnessed a barrage of attacks on Ethiopia aimed at undermining the efforts of Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed to preserve the sovereignty … Read the rest

Africa`s Historic Day : January 1, 2021

Africa`s Historic Day : January 1, 2021

by PD Lawton   6 January 2021

We have to take active steps to dismantle the colonial economic model that we inherited and that we sustained over the last 50 years . We have to stop being exporters of primary products to countries Read the rest

Burkina Faso, Mali & Niger can learn from China

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Burkina Faso, Mali & Niger can learn from China

Niger Security

The Sahel Region has seen an upsurge in violence in recent years. The violence has mostly come from militant groups and sometimes ethnic animosity.

In Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, attacks have significantly … Read the rest