All articles in 'Regions'


Plight of African Migrants Given a Raw Deal in Nai...

Majority of the migrants risking their lives to take boats to Italy are from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djib...

11th November 2013
Liberia’s State House and Drugs

News that the head of Liberian presidential motorcade, Perry Dolo was caught red-handed ferrying dru...

26th November 2013
Nuclear Deal: Should Iran Back Off?

The last time Iran invaded another nation was in 1738. The U.S. has engaged in over 50 m...

2nd December 2013
The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepar...

The Indian Ocean Rim presents socio-economic and political opportunities that must urgen...

10th December 2013
America: Changing the Lot of Blacks and Hispanics

In order for change to reach fruition, for betterment of those making demands, they must desire chan...

15th December 2013
The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepar...

The Indian Ocean Rim presents socio-economic and political opportunities that must urgen...

15th December 2013
The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepar...

The Indian Ocean Rim presents socio-economic and political opportunities that must urgen...

20th December 2013
Letter: President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Answers...

I have not, myself, ever claimed to be all-knowing or infallible, but I have never taken Nigeria or...

23rd December 2013
The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepar...

The Indian Ocean Rim presents socio-economic and political opportunities that must urgen...

31st December 2013
The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepar...

The Indian Ocean Rim as a New Frontier: How Prepared is Africa? This Occasional Paper gives policy...

7th January 2014
2014: The Dearth of Black Role Models For Inner-Ci...

Our black youth and black businesses are suffering because of the lack of concern by our rich succes...

10th January 2014
Great Lakes Region Conflicts: A Perspective

We should not forget that Hitler was elected in 1933. Even elected Governments can lose legitimacy...

17th January 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
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
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
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
India-Africa: Enhancing Partnership

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

17th 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
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
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
How Mauritius Can Become a High Income Country

Mauritius has all the ingredients to become a high income economy over the next decade.

5th April 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
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
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
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
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
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
Russia’s Investment in Africa: New Challenges and...

By "resetting" some strategies, Russia and Africa have entered a new phase of growth in their econom...

4th August 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
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
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