The G133 meeting in Bolivia: why did the Western media not cover it?

Amandla regular Doug Miller discusses with Montreal based journalist Jooneed Khan the historical background to the G22 plus China or the G133 and how there was a major meeting in early June in Bolivia chaired by Eva Morales which was ignored by the Western media. The non-alignment movement, the G77, the decolonization movement are still alive and if anything growing stronger and more focused.

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Roadmap to apartheid

Roberto Nieto looks at the film Roadmap to apartheid, a documentary essay that compares the Apartheid system in South Africa with that that exists in Israël.

Mustafa Henaway from Tadamon talks about mobilisations in Montreal.

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Ebola, a global threat?

Doug Miller looks at the latest news around the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

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Comment les États-Unis entendent-ils exercer leur influence en Afrique?

Notre collaborateur, le politologue et analyste Aziz Fall, se penche sur le sens à donner au sommet sans précédent de chefs d’états africains à Washington.

Comment les États-Unis entendent-ils utiliser leurs cartes géopolitiques et géostratégiques pour exercer leur influence sur l’Afrique?

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Enlèvement au Cameroun

Jean-Marc Soboth commente la situation au Cameroun suite à l’enlèvement de la femme et des enfants du vice-premier ministre du pays par le groupe armé Boko Haram.

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Nyerere, Palestine, Israel and Africa

Doug Miller looks at the history of relations between Tanzania under Julius Nyerere and Israel.

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Looking at the case of the North Mara gold mine in Tanzania

The relationship between the mining company African Barrick Gold and the communities of North Mara, Tanzania is a story of intimidation, sexual abuse, death and  poverty. Amandla’s Gwen Schulman talks to filmmaker Tamara Herman on the history of the conflict and recent developments that point to new strategies to seek justice and change.

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