Mozambique: It Began With Twelve, How Will It End?

By Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.), Antiwar.com. -

White faces in fatigues – I’m sure that’s just what most Mozambicans were hoping to see upon their shores. After all, it certainly isn’t the first time. Ever since the Portuguese started planting [...]

In The Wake Of Cyclone Idai, The North Has A Climate Debt To Pay

By William Minter, Fpif.org -

Weeks after Cyclone Idai struck the coast of Mozambique, near Beira, the flood waters have receded to reveal a shattered landscape. Houses and roads were washed away; crops awaiting harvest were [...]

Mozambique Floods Cover More Ground Than NYC, Chicago, D.C. & Boston — Combined

By Eric Holthaus, Grist -

Post-flood satellite images of Mozambique show that Cyclone Idai submerged about 835 square miles of homes and fields — an area larger than New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Boston [...]