America’s Humiliation Of African Union Chief Faki Should Push Continent’s Regional Powers Into New Action






The snub signals the return of the US/Africa policy that held sway from 1960 to 2001 when the continent was on the back burner in Washington.






Nigeria Is Finally Winning The Battle Against Boko Haram. But Is It Losing The War?






The jihadists once controlled most of northeastern Borno and some neighbouring states, were about 15,000 strong, and even imposed a tax “for breathing”.