China is both reducing and altering the nature of its investments in African energy projects.
IPS Associate Fellow Emira Woods joins CNN International to discuss the impact of fossil fuel extraction, especially on the frontline communities in Africa currently suffering from the effects an oil spill in southern Nigeria.
His claims about wanting to “end endless US wars” are lies—but they’re effective, because the massive anti-war movement that we need is missing in action.
Foreign powers, and the U.S. in particular, have long been entrenched in the Middle East and North Africa region, either directly or through proxies.
To end poverty at the bottom of our economic orders, we need to stop wealth from concentrating at the top.
Africa Liberation Day represents a clarion call to the continent as her diaspora demands complete political and economic freedom.
The anti-war movement rightfully focuses on the expansion of US military action around the world, but militarism also impacts poor and Black communities in the U.S. as well.
John Bolton Says He Wants to Protect Africa from ‘Predatory’ Chinese Behavior. What About Washington’s?
Chinese investment may come with strings attached, but Africa deserves an alternative to U.S.-led neoliberalism and militarization.
An historic panel discussion about the Horn of Africa uniting in the United Nations General Assembly to support lifting sanctions against Eritrea.
Dual War and Repression as US Domestic and Foreign Policy on Black People
From the destabilization of the African continent to the militarization of local police, parallels between AFRICOM and the repression of Blacks in America are evident.
Come out for this talk and book signing with Msia Clark about the use of hip-hop in protest, both as a means of articulating social problems and as a tool for mobilizing listeners around those problems.
The Virginia Defender hosts IPS’s Netfa Freeman to help participants become better informed about what the Western Empire led by the U.S. is doing in Zimbabwe.
Join this deeply educational panel discussion and celebration of “Pan-Africanism and Decolonization Today: Lessons from the historic 1958 Conference.
A country’s greatness is measured not by its richest, but by how it treats its most vulnerable members. By that measure, we’re a certified shithole.