Zimbabwe’s new president offered an open invitation to international capital investment and latecomers for Zimbabwe’s trek down the neoliberal development road.
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.
The media misrepresentation of recent events in Zimbabwe is just as dangerous as the efforts to appropriate its labor and land.
The West, led by Britain and the U.S., have been engaged in a regime policy against the Southern African nation for the last 18 years.
FPIF Co-Director Emira Woods will moderate a panel about women in Africa following the play, “The Convert.”
For $700 million, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe is making China to be the exception to his new edict.
Bush’s ambassador to Zimbabwe believed freedom would ring there.
Magodonga Mahlangu & Women of Zimbabwe Arise, recipients of the RFK Human Rights Award, will host a discussion on what’s happening today in Zimbabwe.
This event is cosponsored by Africa Action, Amnesty International, the Institute for Policy Studies, and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
Mugabe and Tsvangirai have a power-sharing deal. Will it work?
Washington has rightly condemned human rights abuses in Zimbabwe. So why not Equatorial Guinea?
Questions regarding international efforts to bring about regime change.
Too many well-intentioned African Americans interpreted Zimbabwean developments through our lens here on the opposite side of the Atlantic.
The United States needs to practice at home what it preaches abroad.
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