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    Old ideologies, reluctant gov’ts hold back free trade agreement

    It has been three years since 54 of the 55 African Union member states, except Eritrea, have signed the African Continental Free Trade Area...

    Africa: no longer a bystander

    Africa is no-more a far flung bystander to the changing global balance of power unfolding in Ukraine. The collateral damage of the superpowers proxy...

    Starvation looms over East Africa

    Though not uncommon throughout Africa, food insecurity is now at a climax. An estimated 346 million people are now suffering from food shortages in...

    Revisiting Ethio-Sudanese border dispute

    Ethiopians call it Mazega. Their Sudanese counterpart call it al-Fashaga, a 260 km2 fertile land, almost half the size of Addis Ababa, a name that is...

    Somalia elects new leader, neighbors brace for change

    Among the many countries that saw their images tarnished in the west, one is definitely Somalia. For the last two decades, it has dominated...

    Time to rethink responses to extremism

    Many an African country is going through some form of internal upheavals. Nowhere has the situation proved intractable as in Nigeria in the west...

    Outsourcing refugees: UK, Rwanda deal lays bare

    The United Kingdom and Rwanda struck a peculiar five year pilot project agreement on April 13, 2022. The agreement enables the UK redirect asylum...

    Somalia’s Electoral stunts and regional implications

    The outcome of Somalia’s upcoming elections would have a bearing not only for the stability of the Horn and beyond, but would also necessitate...

    Sitting on the fence: Africa’s cautious approach to Russia-Ukraine war

    Africa’s cautious approach to Russia-Ukraine war President Volodymyr Zelensky’s late request to address the African Union only made Ukraine’s needs for African states votes to...

    Politicization of language in Africa

    When Jomo Kenyatta, the first Premier of independent Kenya, ordered the first parliamentary session to speak in Swahili in 1974, the MPs were in...
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