USA & Americas

U.S.-Africa Relations: A New Framework

👤Mekki Center 🕔24.May 2024

Remarks by Rex W. Tillerson, Secretary of State at George Mason University. Fairfax, Virginia on March 6, 2018 Click here

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Failed Coup in the DRC: How Could a US Green Card Turn Into a Bloody Card?

👤Mekki Center 🕔23.May 2024

The coup that took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo in May 2024 raises significant questions that need to be discussed. It appears to be relatively easy for a group of Africans to take advantage of asylum opportunities and obtain U.S. residency and citizenship. However, some individuals are not satisfied with working for delivery […]

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If India quits the US alliance, Africa will be in the departure lounge.

👤Mekki Center 🕔12.May 2022

  By Mekki ELMOGRABI* 2022 seems to be a remarkable year for the big changes made by the war in Ukraine, and it will not end without a new political map for the world. There will be new losers and new winners. Although the United States continues to err in international politics, it has “safety […]

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“U.S. conflict prevention strategy could be a game-changer”, Sudanese writer

👤Mekki Center 🕔24.Apr 2022

GA & MC-Media  The new U.S. conflict prevention strategy mandated by the bipartisan ‘Global Fragility Act’ is seen by observers as a step in the right direction toward establishing a U.S. foreign policy that truly “stops at the water’s edge” and serves American interests and international peace and security. Seven African countries will benefit from […]

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5 Positive Points and 5 Questions on the US Strategy to Prevent Conflict and Promote Stability.

👤Mekki Center 🕔15.Apr 2022

By Mekki ELMOGRABI* In April 2022, the US has taken a major step forward in the spirit of partnership with Africa and the Third World to implement the “US ten-year Strategy to Prevent Conflict and Promote Stability.”  Pilot countries selected under the strategy include Haiti, Libya, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, and a group of West […]

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American study: Possible perpetrators for bio-attacks could be eco-terrorists.

👤Mekki Center 🕔10.Apr 2020

 Two authors from the USA suggested if chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) attacks happen, the eco-radicalism draws more capable adherents. Philipp Bleek from Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Monterey, California and Zachary Kallenborn from Cadmus Group, Washington DC published in May 2018 the article  “Avatars of the Earth: Radical Environmentalism and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and […]

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USA: Efforts to Protect Delaware River Watershed

👤Mekki Center 🕔29.Aug 2017

Photo: A. Vicente, U.S. Forest Service MC-Media Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick & Mr. Greg Goldman wrote an article on August 28, 2017 for Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News titled “Let’s see funding for Delaware watershed protection”. The article highlighted the issue stating that Delaware River is the source of clean drinking water for more than 15 […]

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EAFAC: New US – Based Company Plans to Invest in Eastern Africa Region

👤Mekki Center 🕔19.Feb 2017

A newly established US-based Company has trained it’s focus on the Eastern Africa Region as its prime investment destination with long term plans to expand to the rest of Africa.   East Africa Assistance Corporation (EAFAC) is working on several investment programs to link Africa with US market and businesses. EAFAC will initially focus on […]

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