Boko Haram: What Must Nigeria Do?
The Nigerian public should take on Boko Haram instead of waiting for the government. [Read More]
Shabaab: Italian Visa Intrigues in Nairobi
Are visas sold by the Italian diplomatic offices in Nairobi? Are they issued, after large payments, to Somali individuals involved in human trafficking and even to members of al-Shabaab, the rebel group allied with al-Qaeda? [Read More]
Nigeria: Is Jonathan a Mirage or Miracle Worker?
Let's see how the subsidy matter makes GEJ a mirage or miracle worker. Stay tuned. [Read More]
Competitiveness in Industry for Development in Africa
The economic relationship between the developed countries and Africa is in such a way that it sustains the supply of their industrial raw materials from Africa, while at the same time using the continent as the market of the industrial and manufactured products [Read More]
Africa: The Incredible, Limitless Potential
Africa, the cradle of human civilization, appears set once again to become a principal bastion of economic prosperity. [Read More]
Resource Nationalism: Why the West is Jittery
Sanctions are designed to send a clear signal to the continent's landless and economically dis-empowered that resource nationalism is not the way to go otherwise “you will end up like Zimbabwe.” [Read More]