All articles in 'Regions'


Europe: A Continent in Crisis Mode? Perspectives F...

he current state of the European Union is a state of crises

22nd March 2017
EALA: Salient Issues

The World Bank’s African Regional Integration 2016 Index, lists EAC as one of the top performing blo...

15th March 2017
The Church and the Drugs Challenge

We, bishops, are deeply concerned due to many deaths and killings in the campaign against prohibited...

1st March 2017
Brexit: A Rethink

All over the globe, countries are coming together in regional alliances. To maintain strength and in...

22nd February 2017
German G-20 Presidency in 2017: Opportunities and...

As the only African country at the G-20 table, South Africa also endeavours to highlight regional an...

8th February 2017
Asia and the New Global Global Policing Architectu...

Asia today faces one of the severest security situations in the world, with incessant regional turbu...

1st February 2017
Migration: Challenges and Prospects

The phenomenon of migration today is seen both in Europe and around the world as one of the most dif...

1st February 2017
Donald Trump: Power Moves Back to the American Peo...

We will follow two simple rules: Buy American and hire American. We will seek friendship and goodwil...

25th January 2017
The Future of Europe

We need to re-legitimize the EU by showing that it is effective and that the European level is the r...

19th January 2017
Pan African Parliament Strives for Legislative Pow...

Legislative powers are by and large, the Raison d’ etre for any Parliament /Assembly.

15th August 2016
Mwalimu Julius Nyerere on African Unity-From The A...

My generation led Africa to political freedom. The current generation of leaders and peoples of Afri...

24th May 2016
China-Africa Think Tanks Forum (CATTF): Role and I...

CATTF is a unique platform that brings together intellectuals and Think Tanks of the Peoples Republi...

26th April 2016
Denaturalizing Poverty and Debureaucratizing Hunge...

We see pain, but do not touch it; we hear weeping, but do not comfort it; we see thirst but do not s...

4th July 2016
Obama: A Captive President

America is one of the most difficult countries to rule because it is polarized on many fronts

21st March 2016
East African Community Adopts Kiswahili as Officia...

The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) has passed a resolution to make Kiswahili the official...

30th August 2016
Obama: New Inclusive Global Marketplace Models Nee...

We need new models for the global marketplace, models that are inclusive and sustainable.

23rd September 2016
Korea-Africa Ties To Boost Mutual Growth

I am most delighted to be the first president of the Republic of Korea to address the African Union...

10th June 2016
Panama Papers Are Much Ado About Nothing

Get over it. This is much ado about nothing. You create a loophole, lawyers and accountants will use...

11th April 2016
Adwa: The Symbol of African Renaissance

Ethiopia was the sole African nation which said NO to white subordination and preserved its independ...

15th April 2016
The African Union and Africans in Diaspora: An Eng...

Effective engagements of the respective populations stand a better chance of yielding tangible resul...

8th July 2016
Agenda 2030: Opportunities and Challenges for Wome...

Today, women comprise only 22.7 per cent of the world’s parliamentarians – a level well below parity...

8th March 2016
America’s Bottom 90% :An Ignored Lot

Neither Democratic nor Republican Parties Give A Damn About The Well Being Of America’s Bottom 90%

22nd March 2016
The IGAD Assembly of Heads of State and Government...

The Summit was also attended by the representatives of the United Nations (UN), the African Union Co...

13th September 2016
Yekaterinburg Forum: Bolstering Russia-African Bus...

The Russian business is currently looking for new growth points and, in this respect, Africa is one...

17th July 2016
Africa: Unity in Diversity

As Africans, we reassert and embrace firmly our African-ness. We as Africans take pride in our commo...

5th June 2016
The Future of ACP-EU Relations

The acquired achievements of Lomé and Cotonou constitute a good foundation for the continuation and...

29th March 2016
South Sudan's 28 States: A Reflection

Without learning a language of diversity, we are still on the road of finding ourselves as South Sud...

12th January 2016
New Regionalism in Jeopardy: BRICS and Brazil’s...

The current political crisis in Brazil triggered by the impeachment of President Dilma Roussef place...

15th May 2016
Israel Seeks Global Cooperation

What I’m about to say is going to shock you: Israel has a bright future at the UN. Now I know that h...

3rd October 2016
Africa’s Regional Integration– Moving from Rhe...

To-day, when we look to the future, there is no certainty as to where we are going or how to get the...

16th May 2016
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