Ezekiel Pajibo

The employment of militarism by the U.S. as a means to seek and establish power and control is a troubling phenomenon for African democratic movements, which are struggling against regimes that came to power through military means and have relied on their monopoly of the means of violence to maintain power. For Africa, this paradigmatic shift is problematic given the prevalence of on the continent. Moreover, the economic implications of the Iraq war present troubling prospects for Africa's ef...read more