WTO: A Brief Analysis of the July 2008 Lamy Package
Thus, a developing country compelled to agree to a difficult coefficient when forced to join in the emerging consensus will then be persuaded to use the sectorals route to get a higher coefficient and lose its existing protection on an entire sector in the process. [Read More]
Beijing 2008 Olympics and Africa
Clearly, the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games offer a strong lesson for Africans to learn to be competitive and use past mistakes to energize positive strategies for the future. [Read More]
Oil Dependency is Africa’s Undoing
Arabs have oil, Europe has technology and industries but Africa has plenty of natural resources. How are we making use of these resources? Shall we watch our resources auctioned by our greedy leaders? [Read More]
Does Africa have any say in the World Trade Talks?
India, Brazil and China's stand in the WTO talks was the beginning of the fall of the US as the ultimate voice in international trade negotiations. [Read More]