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Lack of Coordination and Panic Compromise the African Military Coalition Fighting Boko Haram

Lack of Coordination and Panic Compromise the African Military Coalition Fighting Boko Haram

Government Troops battling Boko Haram in West, Central Africa and in the Sahel appear poorly equipped and badly trained to deal with an aggressive insurgency. The disastrous bombing on February…

Morocco’s Billions Stashed in Private Swiss Accounts

Morocco’s Billions Stashed in Private Swiss Accounts

It is not such a shocking news to learn that Africa’s political and business leaders have long been breaching the trust of their nations by moving money into confidential and…

The Libyan Crisis: The Moroccan Negotiations Likely to Lead to Nowhere

The Libyan Crisis: The Moroccan Negotiations Likely to Lead to Nowhere

The Libyan government based in the east of the country and affiliated to the House of Representatives (HoR) is ready to join the negotiating table in Morocco, after it decided…

Libya and its three Competing Power Centers

Libya and its three Competing Power Centers

The recent appointment of General Khalifa Haftar as top military commander is an indication that many Libyans are looking to unify their efforts against the Islamists. This appointment is also…