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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
Power Hunger: EAC’s Undoing

The two conflicting forces that play out in the East Africa Community are the people who want to uni...

3rd February 2014
India-Africa: Enhancing Partnership

Partnership is not about hierarchy. It is not about bureaucracy. It is about using knowledge and res...

17th March 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
Is Ukraine a Watershed?

When the U.S. flamboyantly draws red lines and then lets opponents cross them, they naturally draw t...

11th March 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
High Stakes in Africa: Can the U.S. Catch China? A...

Mr Ejike E. Okpa responds to a piece entitled: High Stakes in Africa: Can the U.S. Catch...

4th August 2014
The G20 and the Future of Global Economic Growth

The challenge for the G20 is ongoing – building a durable international economic order that can unde...

29th July 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
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
The Economic Power of Women’s Empowerment

The great Japanese writer and feminist, Raicho Hiratsuka, once famously wrote: “In the b...

15th September 2014
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
Germany-Kenya Partnership

HE Andreas PeschkeThe Day of German Unity is a very special day to Germans. It reminds u...

7th October 2014
Poland to Improve Trade With Nigeria

Nigerian market is of interest for Polish companies in the mining, energy and telematics industries

14th October 2014
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
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
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
European Year for Development

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

12th January 2015
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
Banks Must Put People at The Center

Inclusion must not be by means of charity, because that is never going to be sustainable. Nor can it...

23rd January 2015
Eurasian Integration Could Open Market for African...

Local business people are encouraged to take advantage of the immense opportunities in the bloc to d...

2nd February 2015
Kenya: Dependence on Real Estate May Dissapoint

When the real estate market will eventually stop growing or crash, hundreds of thousands of workers...

2nd February 2015
Inclusivity Should Drive EAC--Kikwete

The success of our integration depends on all of us: leaders, nations and most importantly, the peop...

23rd February 2015
Sierra Leone: Private Life Vs Public Life and the...

Before all is lost, we urge all key stakeholders of the SLPP Party to drop personal egos and come to...

23rd February 2015
State of The East African Community

The East African Community has become a very strong institution both in terms of its organizational...

21st March 2015
UK-Africa Policy: Does Africa Matter to The UK?

Over the next ten years the challenge will be to move away from short term security concerns to long...

24th March 2015
ISIS: Forgiveness Triumphs Over Vengeance

The Middle East and North Africa have witnessed a remarkable tempestuous time in the last 3-4 years,

30th March 2015
Kenya-Tanzania Diplomatic Spat Was Unnecessary

Instead of thinking about coming together, we’re easily falling prey to redundant divisions based on...

30th March 2015
Asia's New Future: Towards a Community of Common D...

The Chinese economy has entered a state of new normal. It is shifting gear from high speed to medium...

6th April 2015
Russia Proposes BRICS Parliamentary Group

There are plans to hold a BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) parliamentary summit...

7th April 2015
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