It’s Time African Union Turned its Attention to Something Worthwhile

African Union have been meeting for the first time since the death of its former leader and financial backer in chief, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi last October. The issue of future funding for the … [Read more...]

Oil is Better than Chocolate: A Lesson from Libya and Cote d’Ivoire Crises

The United State of America, United Kingdom, European Union (EU), United Nations (UN) and International Criminal Court (ICC) have all been on the forefront searching for 'solutions' and calling for … [Read more...]

Events in South Sudan and Cote d’Ivoire will not Define African Democracy

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In the last month or so, my beloved continent, Africa, a place many archeologists and historians believe is the cradle of humankind has been engulfed in political mêlée: from the election impasse in … [Read more...]