The Horn of Africa Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Month: June 2020

The Syrian War and the Strategic Logic of US Imperialism’s Drive to Dominate the Middle East Paul Antonopoulos drew cottle 2017, Center for Counter Hegemonic Studies

CCHS RP 4/17 The Syrian War and Imperial Logic 13 https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/australian-jets-participated-massacre-syrian-soldiers-deir-ezzor/ [accessed 6 October 2017]. Baker, L. (2017) Netanyahu asks Trump to recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights, Reuters, [online] February 15. Available at: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-israel-golan/netanyahu-asks-trump-to-recognize-israeli-sovereignty-over-golan-heights-idUSKBN15U2XX [accessed 6 October 2017]. Bolton, J. (2002) Beyond the Axis of Evil: Additional Threats from Weapons of Mass Destruction, The …

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Ethiopia: a Panacea for Tyrants, a Stiletto in Colonial Hands – 2007by: Prof. Shamsaddin Megalommatis

Cultural Studies, Egyptology, Classics, Ethiopian Studies, Identity (Culture) Show more ▾ First published on 27th April 2007 , American Chronicle, and AfroArticles Extensively republished ever since, and recently mentioned in my article: https://www.academia.edu/43433032/Sudan_Ethiopia_Abyssinia_Egypt_Somalia_Yem …read more Driven by their dreams, the Orientalists kept the unreal picture of Ethiopia that they had made in their dark libraries unchanged. …

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Was Mozambique air crash an assassination? The mysterious death of Samora Machel There has never been a satisfactory inquiry into the air crash that killed the founding father of independent Mozambique, ending its first presidency. by Augusta Conchiglia nov. 27, 2017

Samora Machel, the first president of Mozambique after the country’s independence, died on 19 October 1986, when a Soviet-crewed Tupolev 134A carrying his entourage back from a regional summit in Zambia crashed on a hillside in Mbuzini in northeastern South Africa. There were only nine survivors among the 44 people on board. The cause of …

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Sudan, Ethiopia, Abyssinia, Egypt, Somalia, Yemen and the Anti-African Plans of the Colonial Orientalists and of their local stooges By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

https://megalommatis.wordpress.com/2020/06/25/sudan-ethiopia-abyssinia-egypt-somalia-yemen-and-the-anti-african-plans-of-the-colonial-orientalists-and-of-their-local-stooges/ What follows is my response to a Somali friend who asked me about various aspects of the colonial distortion of African History with focus on the Horn Region, the historical background of the ethnic and culture divide between Semitic Abyssinia and Cushitic Ethiopia, and the ensuing benefits for the colonial powers France, England and …

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The Colonial Powers’ Most Ominous and Secret Evildoing: Cultural, Academic, and Educational Disconnection among all the Nations of the World by Prof. Shamsaddin Megalommatis

https://www.academia.edu/43377943/The_Colonial_Powers_Most_Ominous_and_Secret_Evildoing_Cultural_Academic_and_Educational_Disconnection_among_all_the_Nations_of_the_World?email_work_card=view-paper What follows is the publication of an exchange of email with a South Africa-based friend from Malawi whose interests cover all aspects of colonialism and colonially-imposed divisions, cultural alienation, and historical identity loss that the criminal colonial powers of France, England and America generated in Africa and worldwide.     ———————- MY FRIEND’S FIRST …

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Trump’s Vision for Africa: the 1960s Wayne Madsen July 26, 2019

Trump’s Vision for Africa: the 1960s   Although Donald Trump can barely place a single country in Africa, his few utterances on the continent have yielded what can only be described as a nostalgia for the 1960s. It was a decade that saw three white minority-ruled governments ruling in South Africa, Rhodesia, and the South …

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Floyd Murder Sparks Violent Protests in US – Citizens at Breaking Point with Police State Oppression? By By Joachim Hagopian Global Research, June 02, 2020

Floyd Murder Sparks Violent Protests in US – Citizens at Breaking Point with Police State Oppression? How many times are we going to see another appalling episode of racist white cops maliciously murdering another unarmed black man, before we realize this repugnant injustice fueling our anger at this point is multilayered, penetrating to the core …

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America has the right to defend itself from urban terrorism by Andrew Korypko

https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-06-02/America-has-the-right-to-defend-itself-from-urban-terrorism-QZp2uFA35e/index.html Editor’s note: Andrew Korybko is a Moscow-based American political analyst. The article reflects the author’s opinion and not necessarily the views of CGTN. Trump promised in a tweet on Sunday to designate Antifa as a terrorist organization, which has earned him equal measure of condemnation and praise. His opponents claim that he’s trying to criminalize …

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