Anglo-Saxon strategists develop their foreign policy following their doctrines, and it is clear why the US is interested in Africa.
The US backstabbed France in West Africa after cutting a secret deal in Niger almost two years to the day after it backstabbed that same country in the Asia-Pacific.
AFRICOM is a tool of U.S. imperialism that goes largely under the radar. Its consequences are devastating for the people of Africa.
The main objective of Sahel Alliance is to bolster stability and promote overall development in the region.
The G20 summit in Delhi showcased the solidarity of the Global South in safeguarding its economic rights and emphasized a refusal to focus solely on the “Ukrainian agenda.”
The G20, which was created by the G7 to obey it, has emancipated itself from it. It has certainly not called into question the Anglo-Saxon capitalist system, based on the anonymity of capital, but it has stopped signing Washington’s texts. It still participates in Western projects, but has few illusions about their implementation.
There’s never any benefit to be gained from sharing fake news, especially when it’s about a friendly country and their leader.
The French government persists in considering the junta in Niger as illegitimate, even though the US concluded an agreement with it.
France is forced to react to the latest trends of patriotic military coups and the US’ pragmatic response to the most recent one in Niger.
Nothing happens by chance in politics. The French don’t understand why French-speaking Africans suddenly reject them. They console themselves by accusing Russia of dark machinations. In reality, they are only reaping the rewards of what they have sown over the last 12 years. This has nothing to do with colonialism or Françafrique and everything to do with putting the French army at the service of U.S. strategy.
The revival of the anti-colonial struggle in Africa is ominous. Quite obviously, Russia and China are putting their eggs in the BRICS basket.
After the coup, Niger entered into discussions with Mali, Guinea, and Burkina Faso, which already previously had had coups for freedom from their imperialist masters that the U.S. Government leads.