In our new episode we are very pleased to be joined by Kyeretwie Opoku, the convener of the Socialist Movement of Ghana. We learn from him about the current political situation in Ghana and West Africa and how it was shaped from the continuity of (neo)colonialism. Related to this he describes the evolution of US-Imperialism as a dominant power in Ghana and elaborates on how in general „imperialism is considering and exploring the potential of resumption of colonial direct political governance“ in form of military, economic and political control – and how this differs to the impact of the Peoples Republic of China on the african continent. He then concludes how a continuesly evolving strategy and tactics is built on the connection of pan-africanism, anti-imperialism and socialism to advance the daily class struggle in Ghana.
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