Bad Philanthropy: The Rinsing of Toxic Money

If philanthropy can be defined as the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed by the generous donation of money to good causes, then for centuries, philanthropic activities have done a lot of good. History is replete with philanthropic organizations changing the course of people’s lives for good. Whether it is building schools, endowing a Chair in a University, providing loans...

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Bad Philanthropy: The Rinsing of Toxic Money

What happens when the source of funds used for philanthropy is tainted and toxic?

Racism: When Will Blacks Ever Be Equal With Other Races?

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The Future of Russia-Africa Cooperation

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Is Africa Ready for a China-Led Era?

The European Union’s bid to warm towards China in the dawn of the ‘end of an American led system,’ the shift of power from the West to the East and quest to follow its own interests and valu...

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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 than bash the global outrage and mete out m...

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Is Africa Ready for a China-Led Era?

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Racism: America Should Learn to Listen

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Letters to Editor
Uganda Agriculture in the COVID-19 Crisis

“My son, as you can see, I am driving and  hawking my poutry eggs from town to town, hoping to find buyers, ‘’says Mubiru John, a poutry and cattle farmer from Mukono district. The global Co...

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Public Call to Ensure the Safety and Security of Stranded Migrants

To Your • Excellency, Mr. Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) • Excellency, Mr. António Vitorino, Director General of the International Organization for Migr...

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Uganda Agriculture in the COVID-19 Crisis...

“My son, as you can see, I am driving and  hawking my poutry eggs from town to town, hoping to find buyers, ‘’says Mubiru John, a poutry and cattle fa...

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Public Call to Ensure the Safety and Security of S...

To Your • Excellency, Mr. Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) • Excellency, Mr. António Vitorino, Director General of...

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Perspectives
The “High 5s”: Strategic Vision and Results Transforming Africa

For the past ten years, Africa has recorded some of the world’s strongest rates of economic growth. At the same time, many African economies continue to function at well below their full pot...

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Racism: When Will Blacks Ever Be Equal With Other Races?

When blacks freed themselves from slavery and later colonialism, they wrongly thought that they had become equal with other non-black people. This equality has never been; and it seems, it w...

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The “High 5s”: Strategic Vision and Results Transf...

For the past ten years, Africa has recorded some of the world’s strongest rates of economic growth. At the same time, many African economies continue...

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Racism: When Will Blacks Ever Be Equal With Other...

When blacks freed themselves from slavery and later colonialism, they wrongly thought that they had become equal with other non-black people. This equ...

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Regions
Sudan and Trade Integrity

Global Financial Integrity (GFI) has produced a comprehensive report, estimating the magnitude of trade misinvoicing since 2012 with a particular focus on the crucially important crude oil a...

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The Future of Russia-Africa Cooperation

While celebrating the Africa Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed Russia’s commitment to offer support and participate in the sustainable development processes in Africa. In a vid...

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The Future of Russia-Africa Cooperation

While celebrating the Africa Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirmed Russia’s commitment to offer support and participate in the sustainable d...

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