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Right to Development: Conspiracy in International...

Sustainable development can be viewed not as development but as a tool sustaining the lifestyles of...

24th August 2009
Nobel Prize and its Geopolitics

Two things must be remembered about the Nobel Peace Prize. The first is that Nobel was never clear a...

13th October 2009
The Removal of Agency from Africa

Africa is a continent locked into a blind subservient orbit; the junk-yard of the Western World.

26th October 2009
Africa Must Resist Academic Racism

Africans are made to sway like leaves on the wind, impervious and indifferent to any form of civiliz...

2nd November 2009
Africa Must Discard Europe’s Script

Europe’s solution for Africa "Man’s freedom is lacking if somebody else controls what he needs, for...

9th November 2009
Europe: Africa’s Alpha and Omega?

The African continent today continues to be a nesting bed for Europe’s choices

16th November 2009
Reversing Academic Tyranny on Africa

We must sail the ship of truth on the sea of lies, against the tide of repetition, for this is the o...

23rd November 2009
Belgian Paratroopers to Crush Rising Congo Rebelli...

Rwandan Defense Forces Flown into Western Congo Defeated; Kabila Regime under Siege on Multiple Fron...

8th December 2009
Stimulus Package: The New Zealand Brand

In a 6 March interview with Mary Kissel of the Wall Street Journal titled "You Can’t Spend Your Way...

17th March 2009
American Blacks: An Endangered Species?

The United States Government secretly uses every conceivable means and opportunity to suppress its B...

7th July 2008
The Power of Six and Why there are Seven Days a We...

The legacy left by the ancient Babylonians and the mathematicians of Baghdad is truly mathemagical.

4th August 2008
Interrogating ‘Tribe’: More than Just a Semantic A...

Slapping the word “tribal” on African conflicts is not only analytically lazy, it is irresponsible a...

7th August 2008
African Humanity under Siege: A Long History

By now it is old news that Africa’s supposed lack of civilization, history, and culture was conjured...

19th August 2008
Rural East Africa Goes Dot Com

According to manuals, the Inveneo computing stations consume eight times less than conventional pers...

9th September 2008
Obama Faced with Daunting Challenges

Obama will have many options on domestic policy given his majorities in Congress. But his Achilles'...

8th November 2008
On G-20 and GM: Economics, Politics and Social Sta...

Politicians are superb seismographs for detecting impending disaster, and these politicians did not...

18th November 2008
The United States, Europe and Bretton Woods II

The Bretton Woods framework is one of the more misunderstood developments in human history. The conv...

23rd November 2008
Congratulations Oga Obama!

We are going to redesign the White House to the African taste. We shall introduce a grass thatched g...

25th November 2008
The Big Picture Theory in Africa

What do you see?When we talk about the big picture, it means that we also have a small p...

2nd December 2008
Falling Fortunes, Rising Hopes and the Price of Oi...

The real impact on Nigeria will be that the government will have drastically less money available to...

16th December 2008
The Jan. 20 Obama Inauguration: World Significanc...

It sends a powerful symbolic message of change by registering the first ever sheer break from the us...

13th January 2009
Briton of the Year: Is Britain Canonizing Plunder?

The most remarkable fact about the British Museum is undoubtedly the amount of cultural artefacts fr...

18th January 2009
The Conspiracy Against Africa Part 1

Westerners of goodwill want to know how to account for Africa’s apparently endless list of problems....

23rd March 2009
The Power of Belting Up

While belting-up is a skill that ought to be perfected with personal touch, it relies heavily on con...

30th October 2007
Fashion: The Power of First Impressions

Reexamine your wardrobe before the next board meeting. First impressions could land you a business d...

14th August 2007
Fashion: The Health Perspective

On choosing what to wear, most people hardly consider the health element. Separating fashion from he...

7th August 2007
Freed from the Smoke Pipe

Governments may be compromised and Media owners reluctant to act but as individuals, there are littl...

5th September 2006
Solace in Designer Labels

The good news is that there are a wide range of designer clothing offering a multitude of styles and...

6th November 2007
Serving the King

The consumer never bothers about other parties. He wants his his needs to be met. Any excuses, howev...

13th November 2007
A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

Good colognes go for higher prices than ordinary cosmetics; due to the amount of relatively costly c...

20th November 2007
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