Still In The Game: Forced Out Of Towns In The Sahel, Africa’s Jihadists Go Rural, And We Should Be Afraid

Sahelian states succeeded in chasing out jihadist groups from major towns, but these have not been accompanied by the return of their administration in “liberated” areas – sometimes even to the outskirts of some cities

View From Africa: Clinton, Trump, The US Election And How The World Became Too Big For America

Beyond the re-arrangement of global economic power, Hillary Clinton’s candidature is a turning point in the assault on the longest standing global order – male power