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Syria War: Why Ordinary Syrians are the Victims

The Syrian turmoil is a modern incarnation of the same contest with Russia/US seeking their national...

19th October 2015
India: Providing for Peace in Africa

One of the noteworthy aspects of Indian peacekeeping in Africa is its role in humanitarian activitie...

29th October 2015
Commodities: Curse or Cure for Africa?

African countries which successfully manage both the creation of a manufacturing industry around the...

3rd November 2015
ISIS Attacks Paris: 5 Wrongs of Terrorism, the Cas...

Local laws have to be strengthened to meet this threat while doing so without sacrificing the human...

15th November 2015
Economic Immigrants, What Europe Must Do

Africa has raw materials. Europe has technology. If the two will agree to exchange their products, c...

15th November 2015
Improving Remittance Operations in Africa

Even though the remittance market is big (the World Bank estimates put it to $400 billion a year) an...

14th December 2015
Are Republicans Under a Spell?

America votes for a new president in 2016. If the last British election is of any lesson, it is the...

14th December 2015
Who Will Save Syria?

Syria’s current Trajectory can only change if secondary players-US/Russia-Shelves their national int...

15th December 2015
Will WTO MC 10 Deliver For Africa?

Africans have not failed to note the mad rush towards regionalism by heavy weights in the trade worl...

15th December 2015
WTO Must Be Inclusive

Civil society has long witnessed and condemned the unfair negotiations process in the WTO, in which...

15th December 2015
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
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
Intra-COMESA Trade through Micro, SME Development

Trade liberalization and trade facilitation have been the hallmark of the activities that the region...

24th December 2012
Uganda Courts Russian Investment

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

21st January 2013
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
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
Hugo Chavez: A Tribute

He demonstrated that through politics, the common good can be advanced. Through politics, a nation’s...

19th March 2013
BRICS: A Welcome Alternative to Africa

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

19th March 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
BRICS: Russia Open for Investment

BRICS holds a unique place in the global economy. It is the world’s biggest market, with our countri...

2nd April 2013
Asia and Development for All: Restructuring, Resp...

The rest of Asia and the world cannot enjoy prosperity and stability without China.

15th April 2013
Africa Unity's Golden Jubilee: A Reflection

When we look back at the last fifty years, there are many reasons to be proud of what we have achiev...

23rd April 2013
Fastracking East African Community Progress

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

26th April 2013
China-Africa: How Africa Should Respond to China’...

It is important for us to understand what we mean by saying China’s Growth Model is shif...

3rd May 2013
Mega City Project: Slum Dwellers Now Have an Uncer...

Demolition and displacement of the urban poor is likely to continue in West Africa due to the region...

12th May 2013
Do We Care About Urban Poverty?

The absolute number of slum-dwellers worldwide has increased by 55 million since the target was firs...

5th April 2010
The West 'Hypocritic' on DR Congo

The coalition of world troops has been imposed on DR Congo to help plunder resources, cover up ongoi...

26th April 2010
Press Freedom and Kisha Club in Japan

83 percent of people on this planet are without independent press. 83 percent do not know what is go...

15th May 2010
Germany, Greece and Exiting the Eurozone

By Marko Papic, Robert Reinfrank and Peter Zeihan Rumors of the imminent collapse of the eurozone c...

18th May 2010
Jamaica Killings: What Should Africa Do?

We ought not to watch our people inside or outside the Continent engage in self annihilation.

31st May 2010
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