Author: Zoe Wollenschlaeger

The Crisis In Mozambique

Before 2020, Palma was a small, quiet fishing town on the shoreline of Mozambique. With the arrival of Total, a French gas company, Palma transformed into a bustling hub for Mozambique’s growing gas industry. According to the BBC, Total began to develop a $20 billion gas liquefication plant in Palma

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Are Women The Key To Solving The Crisis In Libya?

Almost 10 years have passed since the death of Muammar Qaddafi, yet the situation in Libya remains defined by instability and violent conflict. According to Bethan McKernan of The Guardian, “…attempts to build a democratic state after Gaddafi fell disintegrated into a new civil war between rival governments in 2014…

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Africa’s Neglected Conflict and the Price Paid by Civilians

Africa’s Neglected Conflict and the Price Paid by Civilians   On the coast of the Gulf of Guinea lies Cameroon, a country in Central Africa known for its geographical, cultural, and linguistic diversity. Although the official languages of Cameroon are French and English – over 600 indigenous languages are spoken

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