The Need for Steward Leadership in Times of Disruption

In my daily life as a teacher in the Christian family, I wrestle with the question, “What are the signs of the times?” Even before COVID-19 times, I was asking, what is it that is so profoundly disrupting life as we know it? What disrupts our economic and sociological certainties, and the social practices that we have long taken for granted and accepted as axiomatic? In the light of the...

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Black Lives Matter: Sloganeering or Bona Fide?

Is there a business decision behind each message weighing the costs and benefits to the bo...

The 2020 Manifesto of Eritrean Scholars and Professionals in the Diaspora

Eritrea is currently exposed to unprecedented humanitarian and political crisis.

Why Colonial Symbols Must Fall

Africans must start thinking why they bear names from other cultures while those cultures...

Tanzanian Heads UN Convention on Biological Diversity

There is greater awareness of the impact that human activities can have on nature, and of...

Belgium’s Apology to Congo is Non-Consequential

King Philippe’s apology, however well-intentioned does not hold weight. It must be accompa...

Tom Mboya: The President Kenya Never Had

Mboya’s assassination had significant effects on Kenya’s political economy. Fundamentally,...

Can UNSC Recover from the Humiliation and Loss of Credibility Suffered in Somalia?

Somalia is again on the brink of violence and disintegration. The last hope for its reviva...

The Need for Steward Leadership in Times of Disruption

Any leadership must be leadership that also responds to the poor and to the victims of the...

COVID-19 and Youth: Mentorship and Virtual Coping Strategies

Mentorship opens up one’s mind to a whole new different world full of possibilities

China, Covid, Trump and Brexit: Investors’ Top Concerns for the Second Half of 2020

The China-rest of the world relations, the trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic, the U.S. e...

Enactus Kenya to Host its 18th National Exposition Virtually

Enactus Kenya will for the first time host its National Exposition virtually on the 10th o...

GERD: Ethiopia Should Avoid Arbitration in Deal

An AU-led negotiation to solve the outstanding legal issues regarding the GERD in the spir...

COVID-19: Uganda Scientists’ Position on Easing Lockdowns

Stakeholders have been petitioning the leadership to, more or less, completely re-open all...

COVID-19 Deepens Kenya’s Ecomonic Woes

Despite the bleak predicament that Kenya finds itself, the country has overtaken crises-hi...

Kabuga Should Be Tried in Rwanda

In the Nuremburg trials, Nazi criminals were tried in the country where the crime was comm...

Editorial
Racism: America Should Learn to Listen

The brutal suffocation of George Floyd by American state agents was a high form of injustice in the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave. Rather than bash the global outrage and mete out m...

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Belgium’s Apology to Congo is Non-Consequential

During the recent anniversary of the Independence of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Belgian King Philippe recently wrote a letter to the president of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi, acknowledgin...

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Racism: America Should Learn to Listen

The brutal suffocation of George Floyd by American state agents was a high form of injustice in the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave. Rather tha...

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Belgium’s Apology to Congo is Non-Consequential

During the recent anniversary of the Independence of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Belgian King Philippe recently wrote a letter to the president...

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Letters to Editor
Africa Supports Nigeria's Candidate for WTO Director-General

The African Union (AU) and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have thrown their unflinching support for Nigeria's Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a candidate contesting for the...

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The 2020 Manifesto of Eritrean Scholars and Professionals in the Diaspora

With a government that commits horrific human rights abuses against its own people, plays reckless political games in regional affairs, amidst the ongoing spread of COVID-19 pandemic and a c...

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Africa Supports Nigeria's Candidate for WTO Direct...

The African Union (AU) and Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have thrown their unflinching support for Nigeria's Dr. Ngozi Okonjo...

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The 2020 Manifesto of Eritrean Scholars and Profes...

With a government that commits horrific human rights abuses against its own people, plays reckless political games in regional affairs, amidst the ong...

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Perspectives
Why Colonial Symbols Must Fall

In 2015, in my Magnum Opus, Africa Reunite or Perish, I posited that all colonial symbols that have for many decades been glorified and treasured in various places, in particular Africa, mus...

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Black Lives Matter: Sloganeering or Bona Fide?

When the English Premier League resumed last month after a three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all players had “Black Lives Matter” inscriptions on the back of their shirts inst...

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Why Colonial Symbols Must Fall

In 2015, in my Magnum Opus, Africa Reunite or Perish, I posited that all colonial symbols that have for many decades been glorified and treasured in v...

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Black Lives Matter: Sloganeering or Bona Fide?

When the English Premier League resumed last month after a three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all players had “Black Lives Matter” inscr...

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Regions
China, Covid, Trump and Brexit: Investors’ Top Concerns for the Second Half of 2020

The China-rest of the world relations, the trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic, the U.S. election and Brexit are the top concerns for investors for the last six months of 2020. The observ...

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Can UNSC Recover from the Humiliation and Loss of Credibility Suffered in Somalia?

In the past three and half years, the UN Security Council (UNSC) suffered shameful humiliation and loss of credibility in Somalia because the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) of resident...

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China, Covid, Trump and Brexit: Investors’ Top Con...

The China-rest of the world relations, the trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic, the U.S. election and Brexit are the top concerns for investors for th...

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Can UNSC Recover from the Humiliation and Loss of...

In the past three and half years, the UN Security Council (UNSC) suffered shameful humiliation and loss of credibility in Somalia because the Federal...

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