The West African Front of the New Cold War Might Soon Heat Up

The West African Front of the New Cold War Might Soon Heat Up

In all likelihood, observers should expect that a fierce “shadow war” will be waged between the unipolar and multipolar blocs across West Africa in the coming future. West Africa isn’t generally thought of in the context of the New Cold War between US-led unipolar liberal-globalists (ULG) and the jointly Russian- and Chinese-led multipolar conservative-sovereigntists (MCS),…

Chad Wants to Lead the Charge Against Russia’s Inroads in Françafrique

Chad Wants to Lead the Charge Against Russia’s Inroads in Françafrique

Russia and all of its partners in ‘Françafrique’ should be seriously concerned about what the Chadian Foreign Minister said instead of that diplomat and his country’s French patron faking concern about them and Wagner. Chad’s Anti-Russian Accusations Chadian Foreign Minister Cherif Mahamat Zene was quoted by France24 warning against Russian influence in Africa. According to…

Operation Barkhane Will Embrace the Lead from Behind Stratagem

Operation Barkhane Will Embrace the Lead from Behind Stratagem

French President Macron’s recent announcement that he’ll be ending his country’s Operation Barkhane in West Africa’s Sahel region came with the caveat that France isn’t fully withdrawing from its anti-terrorist mission there, but is simply transforming the nature of its military presence in a manner that will be clarified later this month but will likely…

The Mali-Burkina Faso-Niger Border Triangle is the New “Syraq”

The Mali-Burkina Faso-Niger Border Triangle is the New “Syraq”

Terrorist groups in West Africa are dangerously trying to transplant the “Syraq” model of transnational destabilization to the Mali-Burkina Faso-Niger border triangle in order to turn it into a similarly lawless region like the frontier between those two aforementioned Mideast states used to be during the height of Daesh’s so-called “caliphate”, with this terrifying development…

Is Chad Losing Control of the Central African Pivot Space?

Is Chad Losing Control of the Central African Pivot Space?

The geostrategically pivotal Central African country of Chad is dangerously losing control of the region after recent developments despite having one of Africa’s most powerful militaries, with Boko Haram’s deadliest-ever attack against its forces last Friday proving why the government of long-serving leader Idriss Deby depends on being a joint Franco-Zionist protectorate in order to…