Towards the First All-African Conference in Sochi

As Russia prepares to strengthen its overall corporate economic profile during the African leaders' summit, policy experts are questioning bilateral agreements that were signed, many of them largely remained unimplemented, at least, for the past decade with various African countries. Experts, such as Professors Vladimir Shubin and Alexandra Arkhangelskaya, Institute for African St...

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The Weaponization of Victimhood: A Response to the Communique of “Concerned” Ethiopians

On July 19, 2019, 145 Ethiopians, calling themselves “concerned Ethiopians” published a co...

Somali Graduates Must Be Skilled Up

Somali graduates are proud, inquisitive and, in many cases, innovative.

China: Powering Kenya’s Nuclear Plans

Recently, Kenya tapped the China National Nuclear Corporation to review options and identi...

Towards the First All-African Conference in Sochi

The most significant positive sign is that Russia has moved away from its low-key strategy...

Rethinking Our Food System to Tackle Climate Change

The way we produce, consume and discard food is no longer sustainable.

Young Women in Tech

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A Canton Fair Story: Organizing Kenyan Buyers to the 125th Canton Fair

“Made in China” is the most direct way for African people to get to know China.

Educating the African Learner in an Era of Crises: What are the Options?

How does the African learner compare with the millennial learner? The millennial is a digi...

South African Workers are Getting Angrier

Our people are getting angrier and more frustrated.

Risk Management Industry: A Preview

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Statistics for the Future

The fundamental aim of statistics is to give determinate and adequate knowledge of reality...

Italy: Why Blacks Live in Fear

The climate of intolerance fueled by this government has made me more paranoid

Somalia: Kenya's Restlessness Signals Failure at ICJ

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Tigray Faces Imminent Danger

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The Africa We Want: The Role of Higher Education

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Editorial
Low-income Markets: A Phenomenal Opportunity for Business

Safaricom is a leading communications company in Kenya with the widest and strongest coverage. It is also home of the famous Mobile Money service - M-PESA. Safaricom tapped into Kenya’s pecu...

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Africa Must Take Burden of Disease Seriously

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus commenting on the Ebola spread in DR Congo laments that “Just when we start to get control of the virus in one area, it appears in another.” T...

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Low-income Markets: A Phenomenal Opportunity for B...

Safaricom is a leading communications company in Kenya with the widest and strongest coverage. It is also home of the famous Mobile Money service - M-...

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Africa Must Take Burden of Disease Seriously

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus commenting on the Ebola spread in DR Congo laments that “Just when we start to get control of the viru...

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Letters to Editor
Somalia: Kenya's Restlessness Signals Failure at ICJ

The Kenyan government is pursuing a determined campaign, engaging in outlandish and undiplomatic behavior, and targets Somalia so as to pressure Mogadishu to withdraw an International Court...

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The Weaponization of Victimhood: A Response to the Communique of “Concerned” Ethiopians

  On July 19, 2019, 145 Ethiopians, calling themselves “concerned Ethiopians” published a communique in the form of an open letter to all Ethiopians and the international community. The o...

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Somalia: Kenya's Restlessness Signals Failure at I...

The Kenyan government is pursuing a determined campaign, engaging in outlandish and undiplomatic behavior, and targets Somalia so as to pressure Mogad...

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The Weaponization of Victimhood: A Response to the...

  On July 19, 2019, 145 Ethiopians, calling themselves “concerned Ethiopians” published a communique in the form of an open letter to all Ethiopian...

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Perspectives
China: Powering Kenya’s Nuclear Plans

Recently, Kenya tapped the China National Nuclear Corporation to review options and identify a viable site at which to set up Kenya’s first nuclear power plant. Currently, approximately 68%...

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Somali Graduates Must Be Skilled Up

Somali graduates are proud, inquisitive and, in many cases, innovative. They are certainly ambitious and should be confident about their future in a country blessed with so much natural reso...

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China: Powering Kenya’s Nuclear Plans

Recently, Kenya tapped the China National Nuclear Corporation to review options and identify a viable site at which to set up Kenya’s first nuclear po...

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Somali Graduates Must Be Skilled Up

Somali graduates are proud, inquisitive and, in many cases, innovative. They are certainly ambitious and should be confident about their future in a c...

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Regions
Italy: Why Blacks Live in Fear

I have a black skin and I’m Afraid ITALY - Every morning I bring my 20-month-old daughter Sahel to buy bread and milk. She sits happily in the stroller and tries to fasten her seatbelt. T...

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A Canton Fair Story: Organizing Kenyan Buyers to the 125th Canton Fair

600 years ago, famous Chinese voyager Zheng He sailed to Kenya 3 times in his expeditions, an important destination in East Africa. These great voyages started the historic chapter of China-...

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Italy: Why Blacks Live in Fear

I have a black skin and I’m Afraid ITALY - Every morning I bring my 20-month-old daughter Sahel to buy bread and milk. She sits happily in the stro...

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A Canton Fair Story: Organizing Kenyan Buyers to t...

600 years ago, famous Chinese voyager Zheng He sailed to Kenya 3 times in his expeditions, an important destination in East Africa. These great voyage...

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