History/Development of the Conflict Since it gained independence, Chad has been shaken by numerous armed risings, invasions of the neighboring military, conflicts regarding borders and scuffles among political leaders. Since … Continue reading WEAPONS OF CROATIAN FORCES IN CHAD
Nigeria is faced with a complexity of intelligence challenges from multiple threats that it cannot afford to misunderstand. Defense Nigeria is proud to produce an unclassified defense intelligence overview of … Continue reading Building a Military to Support Great Power Aspirations.
The West and its predatory capitalist system using its economic advantage to plunder resources across Africa is responsible for %80 of the ongoing conflicts we see in Africa today. In … Continue reading The Pivot to Africa and its Implications
By virture of the size of Russia’s nuclear arsenal, Vladimir Putin is arguably the second most powerful man in the world. President Putin, during his inauguration for a record fourth time … Continue reading The BOSS: Say Hello to Vladimir Putin’s New Limo
Republic of Chad. République du Tchad (French) GDP ; $7 Billion USD GDP Purchasing Power Parity (PPP); $13 Billion USD. GDP per Capital: $650 USD System of Governance : Absolute Dictatorship. Attributes … Continue reading Gunboat Diplomacy: What Nigeria Can Learn
Since the Islamic revolution in 1979, Iran has promoted “Khomeinism” as one of its foreign policy tools in the Muslim world. Despite Nigeria’s geographic and cultural distance from Iran, there … Continue reading Part 1. How Iran Stands to Benefit from Chaos in Nigeria.
In December 2015m the Iranian military caused tensions after it made a post on Facebook threatening to wipe out the Nigerian government over the Killing of Shia Muslims in Kaduna … Continue reading Hezbollah Training Nigerian Shiites – Report.
Look at how Nigerian Army killed 2 innocent old women with their babies in a village. And those women they are not holding any weapon. @HQNigerianArmy you are to protect … Continue reading War Crimes: Cameroonian Troops Shoot Unarmed Women With there Babies !
Violent conflicts between nomadic herders from northern Nigeria and sedentary agrarian communities in the central and southern zones have escalated in recent years and are spreading southward, threatening the country’s … Continue reading Doomsday Clock: Now Two Minutes Away.
The federal government says it has never been on the defensive in its response to Amnesty International’s (AI) report on human rights in the country. The Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey … Continue reading Again, Nigerian govt reacts to Amnesty International report on human rights abuses
South Africa’s President Ramhaphosa made a two-day visit to Nigeria. It is his first official visit outside of South Africa since becoming President. Part of his message no doubt will … Continue reading A United African Army: A Possibility.