The Malian Junta Isn’t a “Defensively Nationalist Regime” But an African Pioneer

The Malian Junta Isn’t a “Defensively Nationalist Regime” But an African Pioneer

The Malian example strikes fear in the hearts of Western leaders since it makes them suspect that some of the same men tasked with enforcing their neo-colonial regimes in West Africa might secretly be anti-imperialist freedom fighters plotting to overthrow these unjust systems from within like that country’s junta clearly was in hindsight. The BBC…

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),…

Mali is Deprived of an Opportunity to Follow Policies Independent of the West

Mali is Deprived of an Opportunity to Follow Policies Independent of the West

Attempts by the inhabitants of the states of the African continent to throw off the shackles of modern neo-colonialism and pursue a policy independent of the West are being met with active resistance from the very same West. Another confirmation of this is the recent coup attempt thwarted by the authorities in Mali. Mali’s Ministry…

Paris Gets Kicked Out of French Africa

Paris Gets Kicked Out of French Africa

Mali’s government spokesman Colonel Abdoulaye Maïga, who was the country’s prime minister in 2017, announced in a televised address that the African country was tearing up defense agreements with France. Although Paris has called the decision “unjustified”, France is nevertheless continuing to withdraw its military from Mali, following the Malian government’s earlier call for Paris to…

Paris Admits it is Unable to Stand up to Militants in Mali as it Withdraws Troops

Paris Admits it is Unable to Stand up to Militants in Mali as it Withdraws Troops

Spearheaded by Paris and Canada, Europeans recognized the futility of their activities in Mali within the ill-fated anti-terrorist Operation Barkhane that lasted for 9 years since 2014, and on February 17 decided to begin a coordinated military withdrawal from this African country. French president Emmanuel Macron said that after pulling out of Mali European troops…