Category: Africa

The Growing Influence of Iran & Turkey in Africa

The growing influence of radical Islam on the African continent, represented by Iran and Turkey, is growing, porting ugly future conflicts on African soil for its geopolitical control. At first glance this conclusion is drawn from the formidable competition between France (EU) and Turkey for both control and influence in North Africa mirrored in Libya’s

The Fragile future of Libya at the Berlin International Conference

Nine years after the outbreak of the Arab Spring (2011) that initially overturned Muammar Gaddafi and the outbreak of the civil war in Libya, the situation in the long-suffering country of North Africa has reached such a point that the internationally recognized government of Tripoli led by Fayez al-Saraz, who controls a small area around

Africa’s Agricultural Revolution is lagging behind

As the Earth’s population rises, the phenomenon of climate change has deteriorated due to the overconsumption of goods and mainly consumer products from industrial and technologically advanced countries. Developed and emerging economies have been reinforcing their annual overall production and productivity rather than theιρ occasional declining fluctuations in GDP and economic activity. As a result,
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