Middle East

PM Narendra Modi and the President of Iran, Mr. Hassan Rouhani

Indo-Iranian Economic Ties and the US Factor

The Bilateral relationship between New Delhi and Iran witnessed a steady deterioration after India had ended the purchase of oil from Iran in 2019....
Protest against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS)

Nigeria Becomes Africa’s Leader in an Additional Sense — Power of Young People

In October 2020, the young people of Nigeria decided they had enough of governmental arrogance, violence and bad governance. Hundreds of thousands of them...
President Museveni of Uganda

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni Makes Roads Not War

Uganda President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni surprised his admirers and critics alike in his speech celebrating his country’s 58th independence anniversary on Oct. 9, 2020....
US Marines board, search and seize Somalia pirates

Cradle With Guns: Juvenile Piracy in Somalia Needs Attention

Youssef. M, an eighteen-year-old facing trial in Germany, revealed that he earned $2-3 per day as a night watchman. In 2010,  he was offered...
Political map of Africa

African Leaders Must Account for $89 Billion Stolen Annually Under Their Watch

The UN has published a dark report on how Africa is robbed of billions of dollars by multinational companies from the developed north. We...
World Bank building

The Troubled World Bank’s ‘Doing Business’ Report is Even More Dubious in the African...

The World Bank’s annual Doing Business report became an influential global tool for assessing countries’ business environments. Ever since it was launched in 2002,...
President Évariste Ndayishimiye

Burundi’s New President Faces Daunting Challenges

Burundi has had 10 leaders since independence in 1962, three of whom were overthrown, two assassinated, and one who died in office. The series...
Paul Kagame Rwandan President

Why Some African Youth Prefer Stability to Democracy

A new survey shows that Africa’s youth population is divided when it comes to the question of democracy versus stability. This makes sense. The...
Former Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser waving to crowds in Mansoura from a train car

Revisiting the 20th Century Egyptian Foreign Policy: Pillars, Concepts and Decision-Making

In addition to its historical and cultural depth, as a state with a rich experience, Egypt has a deep-rooted foreign policy tradition that is...

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