Zewde, Ethiopia, And the African Woman

      The exit of Liberia’s Mrs Ellen Sirleaf   Johnson after a successful  two-term as President  earlier this year appeared to have drawn down the curtain on prospects of African women providing political leadership for their countries. However, last week’s appointment of  Sahle-Work Zewde, a veteran of the United …

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Echoes From FOCAC 2018

  President Muhammadu returned to the country after about a week of sojourn in China where he joined African African leaders and other international actors to participate in the 2018 Forum On China Africa, Cooperation, (FOCAC), which held  September 3 –  4 2018, in Bejing, China. This years summit held with …

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Time to name and tame

  By Boris Johnson   Like architecture and art, the value of some international agreements lies in the eye of the beholder. But no-one would seriously question the worth of the global ban on chemical weapons.Today 192 countries have put aside their other differences and chosen to be parties to …

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