Day: September 23, 2020

Mali Transitionary Government Established

On Saturday, September 12th, 2020, Mali established an 18-month transitional government following last month’s coup against former president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta as well as, Prime Minister Boubou Cisse. The transitionary government has been approved until an election can be held. According to Aljazeera, a charter was created, which allows for

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A Machiavellian Route To Democracy: Ethiopian Government’s Recent Actions Cast Doubt On Hopes For A Democratic Future

On Thursday, Ethiopian government authorities announced that 2,000 people have been charged in relation to the violence that followed the killing of popstar Hachalu Hundessa in June. For many Ethiopians this event, along with other recent actions, has disturbing resonances with past, oppressive regimes and cast doubt over President Abiy

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American Wildfires Were A Century In The Making

Wildfires are raging a path of violent destruction through the American West. California alone has seen more than 2.5 million acres burned, while roughly 5 million acres have burned across several states. Officials in Oregon have warned the public to expect a “mass fatality incident,” prompting roughly 40,000 to flee

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Home-Grown Policies: Can Local Production Sustain The Population Of Nigeria?

On September 10 at the National Food Security Council, Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, praised the federal government’s actions for having successfully averted a food crisis during the Coronavirus pandemic. Calling for more efforts to increase domestic food production and self-sufficiency, he assured that the government would continue to promote policies

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