Opinion

China, Africa and the World After COVID-19, By Kingsley Moghalu

Africa’s current relationship with China is not advancing our strategic interest. That interest is to become productive economies with a manufacturing industrial base. The China-Africa “special relationship” is preventing this interest from being realised. The coronavirus crisis has created a welcome opportunity for us to reassess the relationship between China…
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Guest Columns

One China, One People, Under One Sun, By Owei Lakemfa

Taiwan needs to study history; Americans do not spill their blood defending another country’s interests; it needs to find out from the Ukrainians and the Georgians. Nigeria, the most populous Black country in the world, on January 11, in Abuja, sat with China, the most populous nation in the world,…
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Opinion

President Buhari’s Foreign Policy In One Year, By Aliyu Abdullahi

Since Nigeria gained its independence in 1960, the country has pursued a foreign policy with an alignment to the West, with the exception in the periods of both late Generals Murtala Mohammed and Sani Abacha which saw the country moving to the East. President Muhammadu Buhari who assumed office exactly…
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Building Systems and Institutions In Developing Countries, By Taiwo Odukoya

Let all things be done decently and in order. (1 Corinthians 14:40). With the embracing of change and the current yearning of the people for a better Nigeria, the country has never been better positioned for the development and establishment of solid and functional institutions. It is important, however, to…
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Guest Columns

Strategic Thinking about Nigeria’s Future, By Kingsley Moghalu

For Nigeria to achieve true economic power and fulfill its destiny, we must re-imagine, redesign and reconstruct our country. PMB has enormous political capital, far more than perhaps any other politician in Nigeria that can be deployed to this strategic imperative. Strategic thinking about Nigeria’s future requires, beyond the humdrum…
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