Guest Columns

The Refugee Crisis in Europe: One World, One Prosperity, or One Poverty?, By Olu Akanmu

One of the lessons the West must learn from the failure of its Syrian policy and the success of democracy in Tunisia is that nothing ultimately substitutes for the will of the people in finding ways of organising themselves in true mass movements to change their society. The true mass…
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Opinion

Terrorism and the Public’s Pact With Buhari, By Adebayo Taiwo Hassan

On Sunday July 5, Nigeria witnessed incidents of explosions in Jos, Zamfara and Yobe, with the lose of the lives of scores of citizens. Despite, the political transition to to a regime of CHANGE, nevertheless we appear to effectively still be in a state of war, as the ugly narrative…
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Guest Columns

ICC, Al-Bashir and the Melanin Theory!, By Victoria Ohaeri

The “web of international law catches only weak, poorer countries, while overlooking the wrongdoings of richer, more powerful countries.” Warrant after warrant issued for the arrest of Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir demonstrates the International Criminal Court’s (ICC’s) determination to have him tried for an alleged number of crimes against…
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