Africa is not embracing the EPAs because of fears that bigger EU companies could flood the continent with cheaper products, destroying nascent local industries.
The war-makers changed the world, although they didn't know it, on 4 August 1914.
Quincy Saul describes the two kinds of hopelessness at play in the Israeli-Palestinian war, and why the politics of unfounded optimism must be swapped for the politics of anti-colonialism.
Ghana has been urged to take leaf off Nigeria's book and educate its citizens about Ebola.
Developing economies are bounding ahead amid mounting social discontent. Istanbul, as it turns out, is a good place to discuss politics in Africa.
In Gabriel García Márquez's masterpiece Chronicle of a Death Foretold, he recounts the murder of Santiago Nasar and how everyone in the town knew it was going to happen but did nothing.
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