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US Military Bases Unacceptable in Africa

It is not a question of being approached or informed. It goes to the heart of sanctity of the inviol...

9th June 2009
SRI Lanka: Canada Should Learn from Rwanda

Had the Canadian government learned any lessons from the Rwanda Genocide? It is time for the Canadi...

16th June 2009
Obama's Ghana Visit: Is Nigeria Falling from Grac...

Today, many Nigerians are rushing to Ghana, not as refugees, thank God, but in search of a more enab...

6th July 2009
In Praise of Endogenous Growth

In an open economy that has macroeconomic links with other countries, the trade balance, the budget...

7th July 2009
COMESA: PTA Bank’s Success Record Hailed

The PTA Bank struck success record of growth rates above 80 percent in net profit and growth on its...

27th July 2009
EA Unity: Tanzania Should not be Misunderstood

The views expressed by the people of Tanzania have widely been misunderstood to mean that they are a...

11th August 2009
African Union: Has it Lost Relevance?

If AU has ever brought any reprieve for Africa, it’s been for rulers only that can congregate annual...

11th August 2009
EA Integration Bid on Course

Integration is being carried out in four broad and distinct and yet related stages namely the Custom...

18th August 2009
You Be The Judge

Apparently, our elected officials do not want to hear from us or answer our questions, they just wan...

1st September 2009
Africa-South America Ties to Pay Dividends

This process would invariably forge closer relations and promote development with a view to enhancin...

29th September 2009
Norway in Tanzania: The Battle Rages

My main concern is to look beyond the (‘positive’) surface. It is about questioning everything that...

14th December 2009
Africa Offers Lessons for Jews and Palestinians

The anti-apartheid struggle was not driven by the quest to create a “black state” in the same way th...

15th December 2009
Middle East: Beyond the Burji Khalifa Tower

Although Dubai’s value proposition remains unchanged, the emirate will have to sharpen up to regain...

29th January 2010
Africa’s Toil with Oil

There is at least one southern hemispheric leader who has a full appreciation for oil industry dynam...

7th February 2006
Unleashing Wealth through the Family Unit

The concept of empowering families to solve their own problems is very powerful in Zimbabwe where th...

21st February 2006
Media Gropes for Liberty

Like the rest of post-independence Africa, Liberian journalism attempts to ground its post-conflict...

20th June 2006
East African Court of Justice: Wanting in Goodwill

Lack of adequate financial resources has stagnated development of the court. Up to now, no sub-regis...

27th June 2006
East African Court of Justice: Wanting in Goodwill

The Treaty empowers the rules of court to prescribe for the quorum. The rules provide the quorum of...

4th July 2006
Ghanaian Scribes Adopt Human Element

As Ghana’s democracy and human rights evolve, journalists are compelled to help battle inhibitions s...

4th July 2006
Africa’s Beautiful Leaders: Not yet Born

Africa has had problems of first generation leaderships who ascended power through revolution but fo...

11th July 2006
Nigeria: The Leadership Nostalgia

Leaders build enduring greatness through a paradoxical blend of personal humility and professional w...

17th July 2006
Are Blind African Elites Finally Seeing the Light?

Ghanaian and African elites, perhaps overwhelmed by getting independence from European colonialists,...

16th January 2007
Ugandan Legislators: Politicians or Pickpockets?

Barely a year after making numerous promises to unsuspecting constituent members, MPs are already th...

30th January 2007
Ghana: An Odyssey through 50 Years of Nationhood

At age 50, the government should stop pretending to be everybody's keeper and focus on its role of p...

13th February 2007
When the Poor Fear Investing

I am very angry at Africa’s present condition. We are talking about a continent which is tremendousl...

13th February 2007
Ghana’s Education Trails 50 Years Behind

The educated Ghanaian, almost 50 years after independence, has not been able to refine the inhibitio...

20th February 2007
Ghana: Fifty Years of Culture Neglect

Ghanaian elites and bureaucrats could look at the success stories of some of the Asian nations like...

6th March 2007
Nigeria’s Oil Rich Region: A Time Bomb

What is necessary is to bring about a policy framework under which every citizen of the oil produci...

20th March 2007
Radio Talk Show on Development Applauded

Elites are shielded from the norms, values and traditions of Sierra Leoneans in national developmen...

27th March 2007
What’s the Trouble with Rawlings?

Over the past 15 years, the tabloid version of Jerry Rawlings does not do him justice. The Ghanaian...

10th April 2007
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