The political liberation and economic emancipation of Africa cannot be a one-country affair. By necessity, it must be a pan-African movement with international solidarity.
West Africa is in the grip of a wave of coups, popular protests and fierce geopolitical struggles. Amy Niang argues that declining western hegemony in the...
Student militancy has revived in Burkinabè public universities over the past decade. Now, a student movement could slowly transform society.
In 1987, Thomas Sankara called for a united front against debt. His struggle remains as urgent today as it was then.
The judgment that Sankara was a hero rests in part on what was politically possible in Burkina Faso in the early 1980s.