All articles in 'Development'


Peace and Development: Which Way for Africa?

If Africa’s capacity for peace operations is to be increased with efficacy, more attention needs to...

27th February 2007
Which Way for Africa's Truce Bid?

It is not in the best interest of Africa to continue to rely so heavily on the UN for peace-building...

6th March 2007
Barriers to Limiting Government

The forefathers of modern America understood the evil nature of man and built a constitution with “c...

6th March 2007
Pragmatism is the Way Out for Africa’s Development...

Giving aid and then shutting off markets is hypocrisy and if the developed world is serious about un...

27th March 2007
Kenya’s Fight against Corruption: An Uneven Path t...

Globalization and technological change are having empowering effects. With growing frequency, demand...

27th March 2007
The Rule of Law: Leapfrogging Corrupt Courts throu...

The internet now makes arbitration possible at a lower cost and greater speed than ever before, fre...

20th March 2007
Development: Africa Needs Mind Reorientation

If the continent’s goals for peace and sustainable economic development are to be achieved, Africa’s...

20th March 2007
Peace: Africa can Borrow from Hard States

To prevent future outbreaks of war, conflict, civil strife, and stabilize conflict prone countries,...

13th March 2007
Leapfrogging Corrupt Courts through Cyberspace

Organizations, such as the World Bank and USAID, have spent tens of millions of dollars on various “...

13th March 2007
Who Looks Out For Africans Interests?

So what is the point huffing and puffing and screaming hysterically that “The West did this and that...

9th August 2005
Develop Infrastructure to Develop Africa

Adequate and quality infrastructure is essential for helping to promote trade and development in Afr...

2nd August 2005
Policy Ideas in Poor Countries

The current approach to developing innovative institutions in the low income countries depends too h...

2nd August 2005
Food Insecurity

The problem of food security in Africa still remains a big problem. There is need to support commerc...

26th July 2005
Business Can Fight Poverty

Agriculture in Kenya is predominantly carried out by low resource farmers. By increasing commercial...

26th July 2005
G8: Robin Hood Economics

No doubt many of the problems of the poor in the Third World are the direct results of actions taken...

14th June 2005
Poverty a potential for growth

The key to economic prosperity in Africa is certainly the African people. Left free to solve their o...

7th June 2005
What Food Security?

Government officials in the Third World insist that certain goods must be produced locally, even if...

31st May 2005
Free Trade or Subsidies?

In a broader perspective and in the long run most countries, rich and poor, will be better off if ex...

3rd May 2005
Who Looks Out for Africa’s Interests?

What is the point of screaming hysterically that “The West did this and that” when you know the West...

9th August 2005
Education for a New Reality in the African World

Our study of history has taught us that we were yesterday\'s people, and by our shear numbers we wil...

18th October 2005
High Fertility Rate is a Blessing

Blaming poverty and low levels of development on population increase is a makeshift solution, which...

11th October 2005
Oil: Curse or Blessing?

Nigeria is a heart rendering paradox. A rich country with desperately poor people.Our oil wealth has...

15th November 2005
Attaining True Women’s Emancipation

History teaches us that the class or social group that plays the principal role in social production...

8th November 2005
Africa\'s Flight to Prosperity

Africa ought to draw a different development model from developed nations. Move away from the old mo...

8th November 2005
Kenya: Scorching Sun, Dust, Famine

About 50 persons, both young and old, have walked long distances, braving the scorching sun to beg f...

1st November 2005
Aid to Alleviate Poverty: Friend or Foe?

The only legitimate help that the West can offer Africa is to stop making disabling policies that ha...

25th October 2005
The Importance of an African Centered Education

For an African centered education to be meaningful it needs to be focused on development. If an Afri...

18th October 2005
The Challenge Facing the Scholar of African Descen...

Africans must be educated to know, down to the marrow of their bones, that they must be the owners o...

18th October 2005
FDI: Kenya Should Sew the Torn Pockets!

The basis for Kenya’s sustained success is a combination of factors: an educated workforce, liberali...

11th October 2005
Hunger: Employing Food First Strategy

African countries and their partners must have a long-run vision that sees investments in the rural...

11th October 2005
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