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U.N. Peacekeepers to Protect China’s Oil Interests in South Sudan

On June 16, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Foreign Policy [...] In South Sudan, the investment is indeed paying dividends — for China. Last month, Beijing quietly secured a deal that will put the U.N.’s famed blue helmets to work...

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Africa: Laboratory and Battleground for Pentagon’s 21st Century Warfare

On May 29, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Ria Novosti Rick Rozoff - For the United States in the second decade of the 21st century war is being conducted in as risk-free a manner as practicable. In place of large contingents...

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Mossad’s penetration in Africa, via the Red Sea, South Africa and South Sudan

On May 16, 2014 by stratagem
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              Source: Mondafrique Roughly translated The book by Eric Denécé and David Elkaim, “Israeli intelligence” (Editions Tallandier April 2014), a landmark on the intelligence services of Israel....

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Top Ten Extreme Risk Countries

On May 6, 2014 by stratagem
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          Editor’s Note:  Maplecroft’s Conflict and Political Violence Index fails to mention  U.S./NATO Military operations and interventions currently being carried out in 6 (Somalia,Libya,Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Central African Republic) out of the...

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Eritrea vs Ethiopia, Northern Sudan vs Uganda proxy and oil wars in South Sudan: Analysts

On March 10, 2014 by stratagem
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              Source: anyuakmedia As ongoing fighting in South Sudan shatters any pretence of a ceasefire between government troops and rebels, analysts fear the conflict could engulf the region,...

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AFRICOM details future missions on the African continent

On February 10, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Marine Corp Times The Marine Corps’ partnerships with African military forces are likely to expand as those nations look to the U.S. for the training and expertise they need to combat violent...

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Inside Africa kinetic covert ops

On January 25, 2014 by stratagem
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Source: Air Force Times Slain diplomats in Benghazi, Libya; a bloody hostage crisis in Algeria; a deadly mall attack in Kenya; and sustained fighting in Mali, Somalia and the Central African Republic. High-profile...

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The Global Conflicts|Hot Spots to Watch in 2014

The Global Conflicts|Hot Spots to Watch in 2014

On December 24, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: The Atlantic As South Sudan, the world’s newest country, veers dangerously close to ethnic civil war, we’re already getting a glimpse of the international crises that could greet us in the new year. Now...

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South Sudan rebels take their battle to the oilfields

South Sudan rebels take their battle to the oilfields

On December 21, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Independent When South Sudan split from the north almost a decade ago after years of bloody violence, it took much of the region’s oil with it. Yesterday, as international negotiators descended on...

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U.S. to keep 1,500 troops in Jordan | U.S. Special Forces active in South Sudan, Congo and CAR

U.S. to keep 1,500 troops in Jordan | U.S. Special Forces active in South Sudan, Congo and CAR

On December 13, 2013 by stratagem
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Editor’s Note: I have been archiving many articles pertaining to the connection of the Pentagon’s | NATO’s  covert and overt operations in sovereign resource rich  African nations .  The militarized scramble for Africa is nothing more than to...

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Africa scrambles to build export network for mineral resources

Africa scrambles to build export network for mineral resources

On November 8, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: UPI These days, Africa’s buzzing with plans to build railways, highways, pipelines and ports to get the mineral wealth from the states at the heart of the continent, like the Democratic Republic...

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Meanwhile in Sudan: Fuel riots, a hiring spree of ex-Soviet air mercenaries and preparations for war

Meanwhile in Sudan: Fuel riots, a hiring spree of ex-Soviet air mercenaries and preparations for war

On September 30, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: World Tribune The escalating fuel riots in Khartoum, and increasingly in other cities in Sudan, serve as a stark reminder of the inherent fragility and instability of the country. The riots were...

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Japanese firm to lay a 2,000 km pipeline to export South Sudan and Uganda’s oil via Kenya

Japanese firm to lay a 2,000 km pipeline to export South Sudan and Uganda’s oil via Kenya

On September 16, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Sudan Tribune A Japanese firm is set to lay down 2,000 kilometres of pipeline for oil exports from South Sudan and Uganda via Kenya. Kyodo, a Japanese news agency reported last week...

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Pentagon’s kinetic operations expands to a four-nation region of Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.

Pentagon’s kinetic operations expands to a four-nation region of Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.

On September 13, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Military Times The Pentagon mission to help four central African nations track warlord Joseph Kony could extend deep into 2015, according to records released Wednesday. As part of Operation Observant Compass, the...

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China sends infantry troops to Africa

China sends infantry troops to Africa

On July 17, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: winnipeg free press For the second time in a little over a year, China has infantry on the ground in Africa, reflecting the Chinese military’s increasingly global presence. Three-hundred ninety-five peacekeepers from the...

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East Africa: Can Pipeline Dreams Become Reality?

East Africa: Can Pipeline Dreams Become Reality?

On July 17, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: Think Africa Press  At the end of June, the presidents of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda signed amemorandum of understanding regarding the construction of two pipelines across East Africa. One pipeline would connectSouth Sudan with...

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Obama’s scramble for Africa: US ‘stability’ has ripped Africa apart

Obama’s scramble for Africa: US ‘stability’ has ripped Africa apart

On June 28, 2013 by stratagem
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Source: M&G As US President Barack Obama undertakes his second official trip to Africa, although it is the first solely to the continent (South Africa, Senegal and Tanzania are on his itinerary), the...

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