All articles in 'Democracy'


The Fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi: What Does it...

Libyans who have participated in overthrowing Gaddafi will soon regret as they are driven to serfdom...

19th September 2011
Hugo Chávez: MultiPolarity is Unstoppable

In the cruel logic of international relations, the law only applies to the weak.

7th October 2011
Zimbabwe Elections: Entrepreneurship vs Employment

In a matter of months, Zimbabweans will go to the ballot and choose which economic vision they belie...

7th November 2011
Zambia: Donchi Kubeba and President Sata's Triumph

The slogans of Donchi Kubeba and Nafuti Nafuti effused a sense of national pride in the 2011 electio...

9th December 2011
Democracy: Which Way for the Youth?

Africa probably needs a different type of democracy suited to its own unique and peculiar politic-ec...

9th January 2012
America: Sliding from Democracy to Corporatocracy...

Over the last few years, the top 30 American companies spent more money on lobbying politicians than...

7th February 2012
China's Position on the Syrian Conflict

China follows closely the developments of the situation in Syria, firmly maintains that the current...

5th March 2012
Church-Media-Politicos Troika and Leadership Intri...

Can the media and church that supported crooks during the last general elections be trusted this ti...

28th May 2012
Charles Taylor’s Sentence: No Need for Celebration...

Charles Taylor in court                                      Photo courtesyI have been f...

19th June 2012
Hillary Clinton: Value of Democracy

It is time – it is past time – for all leaders to accept accountability, to treat their people with...

6th August 2012
Kenya Constitution: A Government Project?

Prime Minister is wrong on terming the proposed constitution a government project.

18th May 2010
Libya Invasion: A Replay of Iraq?

There is more at stake than whether Gaddaffi goes or stays. The same forces which strove successfull...

21st March 2011
Uganda Elections: A Financial Review

An electorate willing to vote with its wallet is better than one which settles elections with pangas...

4th March 2011
Apartheid: Is Uganda a Victim?

Ugandan opposition leaders and anyone else who is trying to bring democracy and equality to Uganda s...

15th February 2011
UK Elections: Dilemma for Africans and Commonwealt...

Africans should not forget the role played by Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats in...

2nd May 2010
Africa’s Democracy Rising

Africa is nearing a turning point in its democratic grasp despite divergent signs

11th May 2010
Instanbul: Advice to Western Diplomats on Somali

If the US relies on Ambassador Ould-Abdallah to “sell” the Western agenda, Istanbul shall be a reci...

17th May 2010
Automated Elections: What the Philippine Experienc...

Automation will not address issues related to vote-buying, voter intimidation and general violence.

18th May 2010
CAR Negating Africa's Budding Democracy

Central African Republic needs more regional, continental and global help to save it from Bozize

24th May 2010
Financing a Political Campaign in Nigeria

Nigerians themselves will have to realize that the current way of doing things is advantageous to to...

8th June 2010
Joe Biden’s Visit to Kenya Missed the Point

The struggle of minds in un-packaging the proposed constitution and pursuing other Agenda 4 reforms...

11th June 2010
Zimbabwe: The Truth vs Deception

In Washington D.C. on 14 June 2010 at the Diplomacy Briefing Series Conference on Sub Saharan Africa...

5th July 2010
Kenya Constitution: Voting NO is Perilous

My support for Kenya's Proposed Constitution is not based on the percentage of its goodness

5th July 2010
A New Kenya is Here

Many eyes are watching Kenya                           Photo courtesy Prof. Gregory Cla...

27th July 2010
Constitution: "NO" Fears Assuaged

Answering the Kenya Christian Church Leaders on the Proposed Draft Constitution. If this draft cons...

27th July 2010
Kenya Referendum: Security Fears

Police have a sacred duty to ensure that Kenyans will not start fleeing their homes after voting.

2nd August 2010
Ivory Coast: Unlocking the Impasse

Any attempt to continue the era of big men, economic despotism and political chicanery will condemn...

14th March 2011
Nigeria 2011 Elections: Can INEC Deliver?

The first days raise questions about the preparedness of the Independent National Election Commissio...

18th January 2011
Sudan Referendum: What Should India Do?

The upcoming referendum has left India in a dilemma. It has substantial investments in Sudan's energ...

11th January 2011
Bad Leadership: Africa's Undoing

True democracy allows the people to define their needs, values and way of doing things

29th January 2011
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