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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Uncertainties   Over US- North Korea Summit

International enthusiasm over the planned crucial summit between US and North Korea died down Wednesday, as President Donald Trump shocked the international community with his announcement that  the talks would no longer hold June 12 in Singapore. Trump’s decision contained in a letter released from the White House was anchored …

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