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Africa’s Role in the World

Beware of hard empty rhetoric

27th November 2018
The Puzzling Pragmatic Patriarchy of the Sudan ove...

The political process of the Sudan and South Sudan has largely been determined by shifting situation...

25th September 2018
The Nigerian Pension Industry: Sustainable Investm...

Sustainable investments have become steady vehicles for channeling long-term patient capital

25th September 2018
Ethiopian Languages, English Substitution, and Iti...

My aim is not to sound an alarm or insinuate pessimism, but to draw awareness to the mega trend of E...

14th August 2018
Ramaphosa's Agenda For South Africa

Now is the time for all of us to work together, in honour of Nelson Mandela, to build a new, better...

20th February 2018
Using The Past to Build The Present and Future

History must seek to answer questions such as: after more than 50 years of nationhood, where are we...

9th January 2018
Propaganda and Hegemonic Goals – The Myanmar and Z...

By asserting the rule of international law in the interest of ‘countries without global leverage,’ w...

1st March 2016
Intellectual Property and Africa’s Industrial De...

African countries have consistently strived for the promotion of IP regimes which are balanced and s...

11th April 2016
Projecting Asante Identity For The Development Of...

Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II                      Photo courtesy Where Have We Come...

21st March 2016
The Role of BRICS in the Global Economy

Increased globalisation has meant that BRICS has become an important source of global growth and pol...

25th July 2016
Malawi Grapples with Child Labour

Child labour is found in several sectors including large commercial farms, smallholdings, domestic w...

15th September 2016
Promoting the Entrepreneurial Economic Engine

The Horn of Africa (HoA) is one of the most geo-politically important regions of the world.

25th February 2013
What Uganda Can Learn From Buliisa

Hitherto scarcely known Buliisa district, is nowadays a household name. The discovery of...

4th April 2014
Nigeria: A Social Experiment in Parallel Lives

Babangida's system created an enabling environment for the birth and nourishment of Boko Haram

4th April 2014
Nigeria: The Struggle Between Ethical Principles a...

Communalism – the cultural social order of Africa and of more than half of the world, has lost its p...

2nd February 2015
Sierra Leone's Kenema-Koindu Highway: Will Koroma...

The conditions of the roads network, especially in the Southern and Eastern Provinces of Sierra Leon...

21st April 2014
Somalia: Potential Frontier for Oil and Gas Explor...

The bulk of the Indian Ocean margin lies within Somalia and whatever discovery happens in the Indian...

7th January 2013
Rich and Poor Nations : Stemming the Widening Gul...

My urgent call for value addition methodologies and export diversification as the mainstay of Africa...

11th December 2012
Africa: The Road to Sustained and Inclusive Econom...

Africa still has a long way to go to achieve its transformation, create the jobs that o...

15th April 2014
Pacifying Somalia: Internal Threats and Emerging O...

As the Federal Government of Somalia moves into the middle of the second year in office, it is impor...

24th March 2014
Sons of their Fathers ….and Mothers: Benigno Aquin...

The Philippines and Kenya may be geographically miles apart, but these two nations display a myriad...

19th March 2013
Africa Rising: the Political Agenda

What has remained controversial is what political structure, or superstructure, is relevant and effe...

15th April 2014
Zero to Hero: Making the Impossible Possible

Chude JideonwoCan we try some honesty?  Many of us see Nigeria as a vision killer. We sa...

25th August 2015
Growing Leadership – Innovation Lessons for Africa

We must provide leadership that has respect for the people and would work to transform our economies...

31st March 2014
Mogadishu: Cry the Beloved City!

Mogadishu may not become London overnight but with patience, partnership and localised democratic st...

13th May 2014
Zimbabwe Must Pursue Sound Natural Resource Policy

The Government of Zimbabwe must put in place a progressive and long-term policy about the management...

9th November 2012
Parliamentary Knowledge-Base: Effective for Eviden...

Whatever policy choices we make need to be in full awareness and respect the common good at all time...

23rd February 2015
Nigeria Economic Growth: Much Ado About Little?

Some economic analysts have, for some time now, been hawkish about Nigeria, plucking it out into new...

21st April 2014
Feminism and Intellectual Property: Will Women Jud...

Feminism has not looked at the impact of intellectual property law until recently

3rd December 2012
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