User Profile: Paul Menye Anjembe
This user has submitted 11 translations to Watching America.
AGOA is an exceptional opportunity given to African countries ... but the ball is in the Africans’ court. [Read more]
Trump did not cause the ills besetting American democracy; he is one of its symptoms. [Read more]
Will Canada suffer from the fallout of Trudeau’s clumsiness? [Read more]
The belief that the U.S. needs only to retreat into its “American fortress” to avoid peril is an illusion. Attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon should teach us a lesson.
<i>While the American president suggested the idea of purchasing Greenland, this process has widely been used by the United States to enlarge its territory.</i>
It is a classic of American history. To take over a territory rich in resources, the U.S. pulls out a wad of cash. Indeed, The Wall Street Journal revealed [Read more]
Tensions in the Persian Gulf and Yemen compel Washington to take an increasingly robust stance and to multiply support to its allies in the area... [Read more]
A meeting of the U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue working group was convened on Wednesday in Washington at the initiative of Morocco and the U.S. in order to exchange views on counterterrorism, and to reinforce their efforts at cooperation in the area of security. Counterterrorism necessitates building the foundations [Read more]
The digital sovereignty of African countries is at risk. [Read more]
China and the U.S. would create a new international order, based on the recognition that the (inevitably) rising new power should be granted a role in shaping global rules and institutions. [Read more]
Trump is not interested in Africa, and therefore, he continues to inadvertently show signs of cluelessness about it. [Read more]
The mobilization of women does not end with holding signs and creating slogans. [Read more]