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Sixth BRICS Summit: A Step Towards Global Equity?

The reality is that despite efforts to forge unity the BRICS countries continue to have differing op...

22nd July 2014
Japan-Kenya Relations Threatened

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

7th September 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
Commodities: Curse or Cure for Africa?

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

3rd November 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
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
Sustainable Development Goals: Call for Commitment

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

5th October 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
South Sudan Civil War Dents Meaning of Liberation

Kiir and MacharThe civil war in South Sudan after the secession from the north makes Oma...

7th September 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
US-Africa August 2014 Meet: A Review

There are crucial African opinions that need to be addressed and attitudes that have been expressed...

27th 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
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
East Africa Community Committed to Deliver

We have learnt harsh lessons from the past missteps of our predecessor. Our great strength – perhap...

25th March 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
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
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
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
EAC: Growing from Strength to Strength

We cannot move forward this integration project in an atmosphere of bad faith and mistrust.

4th June 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
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
Trinidad and Tobago: Beyond the Rhetoric

Unlike many African nations who have oil and gas but no refineries, Trinidad controls the finished p...

14th August 2012
USA: Is Mitt Romney Ignoring Blacks?

Who are the Blacks that are supposedly on the campaign? Why are there no Blacks on the campaign web...

21st August 2012
China Seeks 'Win-Win' Ties With Africa

China sincerely wishes to help Africa and in turn, to help herself through "win-win" cooperation bas...

30th March 2010
US Right-wing Groups Devise to Disenfranchise Blac...

Right-wing Groups Devise and Organize a National Campaign to Disenfranchise US voters and Black Vote...

9th October 2012
Skewed Interests Blunt EAC Integration Pace

Will EAC presidents – their advisors in tow – change tack and put more effort in the integration pro...

16th October 2012
Nigeria Vision 2020: Building the Infrastructure

Nigeria's economy seeks to be among the top 20 economies in the World in terms of growth in the Gros...

29th October 2012
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
East Africa Community: Stock Taking

The East African Business people, investors and ordinary citizens still find non-tariff barriers and...

10th September 2012
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