Opinion

What Becomes of Africa As the Foreign Aid Taps Run Dry?, By Adaeze Oreh

The present COVID-19 pandemic has revealed how vulnerable national health systems are and global tendencies towards nationalism and an inward-focus borne out of self-preservative instincts. If the foreign assistance tap is turned off permanently, millions of people in Africa will be left without the care they need, and lives will…
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Guest Columns

The Enduring Partnership Between the United States and Nigeria, By Tibor Nagy

As I focus my attention on increasing trade with and investment on the continent, Nigeria will be at the centre of this effort. Nigeria is the United States’ second-largest trading partner in Africa, with over $9 billion in two-way goods trade in 2017. Hundreds of American companies already operate in…
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Guest Columns

U.S. HIV/AIDS Partnership with Nigeria Remains on Track, By James F. Entwistle

funding decisions on international HIV/AIDS programmes are not linked to other governments’ views on same sex marriage or other LGBTI issues. There have been several inaccurate media reports lately concerning the government’s support to persons living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) in Nigeria. In particular, claims made in some February…
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