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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
Financial Fallacies: Capital Growth is the Crux

One of the common financial fallacies that keep ordinary salary-earning South Africans f...

8th June 2015
European Year for Development

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

12th January 2015
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
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
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
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
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
Sierra Leone: Constitutional Flaw Plunges SLPP Par...

Political science, like boxing science, is a social science with unique old normalcies — an element...

14th April 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
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
South Africa: Attack Against African Foreigners Sh...

Mandela did not do enough effectively speaking to stymie or quench the future uproar due to social i...

20th April 2015
Asset Declaration: Dr Hage G. Geingob

In administering a Nation, one has to be transparent and accountable. It is for this reason that I h...

8th June 2015
Dealing With Militants: The Case of Kenya and the...

Contrasting narratives from the Philippines and Kenya regarding outcomes of recent botched security...

20th April 2015
India-Mozambique Relations: Towards Fresh Opportun...

India is the fourth largest energy importer in the world and has been involved in seeking cooperatio...

9th August 2015
No Longer Hopeless: A Media-centric Approach to Fr...

The Africa Rise construct bears semblance to the African Renaissance and to a certain extent, the Pa...

9th August 2015
Entrepreneurship in Africa- Challenges and Prospec...

Why aren’t young people in the developed countries queuing up for jobs as is the norm in developing...

10th August 2015
US Nigeria Relations: 2015 Prospects

President Buhari, reminds us of President Obama when he first came to the presidency in 2008 facing...

31st August 2015
Russia: Facilitating Trade with Africa

Perspectives of business contacts between Russian and African business are underestimated

7th September 2015
Conquering Boko Haram

Nigerian girls protest against abductionsThe menace – Boko Haram must be battled essen...

7th September 2015
Japan-Kenya Relations Threatened

Kenya should invest in its relationship with Japan and shun from treating Japan as second fiddle

7th September 2015
The Role of USA in Africa

Under President Obama’s leadership, the United States is redefining the way we engage with Africa—no...

5th October 2015
Sustainable Development Goals: Call for Commitment

Let’s invest in our greatest resource -- our people -- their education, their skills.

5th October 2015
EAC Integration: EALA`s Role

As a community, it is in our interest that we accommodate all the stakeholders in the process so tha...

6th October 2015
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
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