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The Neocons’ Frankenstein Syndrome in Niger

by Julia Wright, published on Workers World, September 14, 2023 Mary Shelley, who wrote “Frankenstein,” published in 1819, was an English abolitionist born to radical feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and anarchist political philosopher William Godwin. Not only did she advocate the end of slavery, but in her father’s drawing room she overheard discussions about the beginning and the ending of biological[…]

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Niger: A Coup against French Control and Dominance

by Chandra Muzzafar, published on International Action Center, August 10, 2023 Not mentioned here is the fact that the US/AFRICOM largest drone base is located in Niger, a convenient location for managing drones over most The situation in Niger is still in flux. On 26 July 2023 a military coup took place in that West African state that led to[…]

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