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David Cameron on UK's G8 Presidency; Trade, Tax an...

Europe is being out-competed and out-invested – and it’s time we make it an engine for growth

28th January 2013
Africa and Australia: Partnership and Opportunitie...

between our regions. Student mobility and joint research between global institutions wil...

21st October 2014
The Future of Diplomacy Amidst Global Change

The work of those who seek to build friendships between peoples, to construct peaceful, collective r...

19th January 2015
Edward Snowden: A Healing Voice

Most citizens of the US have difficulties in assessing Edward Snowden’s act: Is he a hero or a trait...

5th August 2014
EAC: Enough with Rigid and Logistical Obstacles

The path to EAC single market has been in the past wrought with vested and divergent political inter...

8th April 2014
Brewing Feuds: Will the EAC Survive?

Presidents Kagame, Kikwete and Museveni          P. CourtesyThose who bother to go back...

25th June 2013
Of First Families in Liberia and South Africa

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf received a big blow recently from her fellow Nobel winner, Leymah Gb...

12th May 2013
Russia and Arms Sales to Africa

Russia has to go beyond just selling arms to Africa! Russia has the chance to transfer its technolog...

25th March 2013
Regional Economic Communities: Africa's Hope

Integration is one of the major therapies for Africa which has been in decline since 1785 BC when th...

4th December 2012
Markets and Geopolitical Risks

The US is also ensuring that it contains Chinese advances in Sub Saharan Africa

21st October 2014
Mwaporc’s $75 Billion Corridor to Improve Service...

A new project is set to enable the eastern and central Africa countries to take advantage of the fre...

15th October 2013
Low Motivation Towards Russian Language

The Russian government hasn’t given Africans the reason to study their language

11th November 2013
EU: Strong Civil Society Key to Africa Progress

The Africa-EU partnership needs to deliver on its promise for meaningful and durable change in peopl...

28th October 2013
EAC: Will COW Mend Fences or Drive On?

The Coalition of the Willing (COW) needs to be disbanded before thinking about mediating Tanzania.

11th November 2013
South Africa’s Liberation Struggle: Mangosuthu But...

In the post-apartheid era, KwaZulu-Natal has been marked by a divided system of political authority,...

8th February 2014
BRICS: A Welcome Alternative to Africa

Trade and mutually beneficial foreign investment from countries without colonial mind-sets are start...

19th March 2013
Uganda Courts Russian Investment

Russia and Uganda have discussed bilateral cooperation in energy, engineering, geological explorati...

21st January 2013
Mali: A Call For Shared Responsibility

What is going on in Mali is of interest to all Member States of the AU. It is also of interest to ot...

29th January 2013
East Africa, A Secure Tourist Destination

EAC has set the pace in achieving fundamental stages of regional integration in the tourism and wild...

9th November 2012
Insecurity and Terrorism: Threat to EAC Integratio...

No single nation, let alone, institution, possesses all the necessary means for effective security m...

3rd November 2014
European Year for Development

Development policy and international cooperation are fundamental European policies which affect us a...

12th January 2015
Immigration in America: Walking the Tight Rope

We need more than politics as usual when it comes to immigration. We need reasoned, thoughtful, comp...

25th November 2014
Somalia: The Search for a Strong Shilling

Somalia's central bank has yet to find solutions to the nation's chronic currency problems.

3rd November 2014
Fastracking East African Community Progress

It is necessary that all stakeholders take the integration dispensation a notch higher by ensuring i...

26th April 2013
Africa-EU Summit: Youth Prospects

I am a great believer in the difference young people can make to the fate of their country. In Europ...

1st April 2014
Malawi Cashgate: Will Joyce Banda End Corruption?

Malawi’s president, Joyce Banda, has never lacked shockers. She recently resorted to purging corrupt...

11th February 2014
US-Africa Partnership Good for Africa

It is reassuring to have the U.S. Government pledge to enhance its partnership with Africa and to wo...

8th August 2014
Agenda 2063: Africa's Unifying Factor

The journey towards 2063 has started. It will be a long journey and we will climb many hills. But we...

26th May 2014
The New Africa Demands a New German Policy Approac...

Respect for African traditions will have to replace attempts to impose Western concepts of governmen...

14th May 2014
Nigeria: What’s Law Got To Do With It?

That leadership and good governance have eluded Nigeria since independence is unsurprising to its pe...

25th March 2014
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