Egypt’s Worries about the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Egypt’s Worries about the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said his country was pursuing “diplomacy and patience” on the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) issue, although he added firmly that “no one will compromise on Egypt’s water quota.” This rather firm statement by the Egyptian President came after Ethiopia announced plans to unilaterally implement the third phase of filling…

Egypt & Its TPLF Proxies Are Plotting to Divide & Rule Ethiopia & Sudan

Egypt & Its TPLF Proxies Are Plotting to Divide & Rule Ethiopia & Sudan

What Cairo is cleverly doing is setting Sudan up to fail in an attempt to divide and rule both it and Ethiopia in order to create the conditions for exerting Egyptian hegemony over the wider region at both of their expense. Patriotic Sudanese probably already suspected that something foul was afoot but might not yet…

Analyzing Russia’s Strategic Interests in Sudan

Analyzing Russia’s Strategic Interests in Sudan

All things considered, it can be concluded that Russian-Sudanese relations are mutually beneficial and have immense promise for the future. Their excellent state despite the change of several governments in the past few years represents one of the Kremlin’s greatest foreign policy successes in Africa. The New York Times (NYT) published an intriguing piece last…

The Economist Is Weaponizing Fake News to Provoke War Between Ethiopia & Sudan

The Economist Is Weaponizing Fake News to Provoke War Between Ethiopia & Sudan

The global systemic transition towards multipolarity is becoming increasingly chaotic, having already led to a global food crisis that was artificially manufactured by the US-led West, so one of the last things that Africa needs is a British publication misleading the world as it tries to spark a war between Ethiopia and Sudan over Alfashaga….

Sudan: Yesterday’s News There, Tomorrow’s Nightmare Everywhere Else

Sudan: Yesterday’s News There, Tomorrow’s Nightmare Everywhere Else

While the world waits for Boris Johnson to be sacked and Emanuel Macron to be consumed by self-inflicted love bites, it is distracting itself with the events in Sudan. Not because anyone cares about the country or its people, but because it is a useful flag-waving exercise. Military coup! Democracy violated! Turmoil in Africa! Protesters…

Washington’s Intrusion in the Republic of Sudan, “Seeks to Maintain Hegemony in Region”

Washington’s Intrusion in the Republic of Sudan, “Seeks to Maintain Hegemony in Region”

Two United States envoys from the State Department visited the Republic of Sudan on January 19 in their continuing campaign to neutralize the mass democratic movement which is demanding the exit of the western-backed military forces now ruling the oil-rich country. Molly Phee, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs along with David…