All articles in 'Perspectives'


New Trends in International Security

We need to deal with this attitude of dominance and exploitation wrought onto our emerging world fro...

8th July 2013
Egypt’s Uprising: Is Africa Sliding Back to the Ea...

Only fearless, scientific, progressive and revolutionary thinkers can save Africa.

8th July 2013
Zimbabwe: Harnessing Youth Potential

The greatest challenge in Zimbabwe is to convince our young people that if they change from the unpr...

15th July 2013
Mandela Day: Should the World Celebrate It?

Nobel Peace Prizes in the Third World have almost invariably gone to persons who have accommodated t...

23rd July 2013
Uganda: Banking Sector Solid but Shallow

The banking industry remains solid with high capital and profit levels but penetration rate remains...

29th July 2013
Africa 2063: Way Forward

Taking each day as it comes will make us susceptible to all forms of influences.

29th July 2013
The Transformative Power of Garveyism

Open Letter to All Incarcerated People of African Descent  The philosophy and program of...

5th August 2013
JKIA Fire: A Letdown to Kenya

In Japan, citizens including children are taught precautionary measures against disasters

12th August 2013
Africa’s Young People Must Be Proactive

By 2025, one quarter of the world’s young women and men under 25 years will be African.

18th August 2013
Uganda: Reflections on the Heroes Day Celebrations

These are my reflections on Heroes Day Celebrations to which Morrison Rwakakamba responded in the Th...

24th June 2013
Economic Resurgence: What Zimbabwe Must Do

With appropriate policies and institutional support, Zimbabwe can within a decade grow the economy i...

1st July 2013
Mandela will Forever Live in our Hearts

In Africa, only Mwalimu Julius Nyerere came closer to Mandela. For the rest of us, is this too hard...

28th June 2013
Celebrating Progress in Africa

It’s clear that after years of missteps and false starts, Africa is on the right track. But it’s als...

2nd July 2013
Development: Africans Must Restrategise

Most Ministers in Africa are easily bought for a mere $100,000 to sign away national resources worth...

9th July 2013
Egypt Military Coup: An Affront to Democracy

The coup sets a dangerous precedent for the army elsewhere in Africa to topple democratically electe...

15th July 2013
Animal Health and Welfare in a Changing Trade and...

Currently the per capita consumption of meat on our continent is estimated at 54 kg in Southern Afri...

12th July 2013
Uganda: Economic Worries Ahead

Finance Minister Maria Kiwanuka In the Budget speech on the 14th June 2013, Uganda’s Min...

23rd July 2013
Financial Policy: Why Russia is Making Few Inroads...

Russian companies have shown an increasing interest towards investment and preparedness to compete w...

16th July 2013
Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance

Africa will be listened to and understood in the context of the concept of “African led solutions to...

29th July 2013
Oil and Gas: Kenya’s Eight Challenges

If Kenya stays the course to fully implement its new constitutional order, she is likely to escape t...

23rd July 2013
African Middle Class: Conditions, Issues and Chall...

The growth of the middle class is good for Africa as it means a growth in a population with skills t...

30th July 2013
Chinese Dream, African Dream: Achieving Common Dev...

Whatever we do, discuss and plan within the spirit of achieving our cherished goal of creating and f...

29th July 2013
Drums of War Between Tanzania and Rwanda Must Ceas...

Presidents Kikwete and Kagame share a light momentTension engulfed East Africa after pre...

5th August 2013
China Africa Ties are Solid - Xi Jinping

There is no one-size-fits-all development model in the world. The diversity of world civilizations a...

5th August 2013
Mining: What Africa Should Do

Respective African governments don’t build local relevant capacities to carry out prospecting and ex...

12th August 2013
Sustainable Transformation through Trade and Techn...

For the 12 years that AGOA has been in operation, how much transformation and technology have been i...

12th August 2013
Post Revolution Egypt: In Throes of a Civil War?

Egypt is currently at cross-roads. The military might believe that a ‘might-is-right’ approach can r...

18th August 2013
Industrialization and West Africa’s Future

West Africa lacks the capacity to produce the required skills and manpower to drive development.

13th August 2013
Climate Change, Pan Africanism, and the African Re...

While we work towards a Federation of African States, we must do all that is possible to develop the...

20th August 2013
President Obama Visit to Africa

President Obama’s extended visit to Africa is likely to signal a renewed commitment of the U.S. gove...

25th June 2013
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