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A U.S.-Made Catastrophe: Most of the Blame for the Crisis in Somalia Goes to the U.S. Tue, 11/08/2011 – 14:51 — Asad Ismi Black Agenda Report Somalia by Asad Ismi Somalia faces the worst food crisis in the world, but “the U.S. response to this catastrophe it has created in Somalia is to cut More
The Art of the Shakedown, from the Nile to the Potomac How Corruption in the U.S. Puts Everyday Corruption in Africa to Shame
The Art of the Shakedown, from the Nile to the Potomac> How Corruption in the U.S. Puts Everyday Corruption in Africa to Shame By Lawrence Weschler Nov. 1, 2011 TomDispatch A bit over an hour into the five-hour drive across the ferrous red plateau, heading south toward Uganda’s capital Kampala, suddenly, there’s the Nile, a boiling, More