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Columns

Thoughts On Libya: What Africa Needs to Do, By Pius Adesanmi

The African Union and many African states are jackasses with no political willpower or moral authority to do anything meaningful about the tragedy in Libya, hence the largely disgraceful response from Africa thus far. They have not even expelled Libya from the AU. I was on a national radio program…
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Opinion

Combating Illicit Financial Flows Through Corporate Tax Evasion, By Léonce Ndikumana

This fight against illicit financial flows battle requires commitment from both states and the global community to improve transparency in financial systems and international trade, and to strengthen the capacities of national tax administrations. This includes forcing large companies to disclose the details of their activities in each country where…
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Opinion

Deepening Worry Over Rohingya Muslims and Attitude of the Myanmar Government, By Murtadha Gusau

Where are the United Nations, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), human rights organisations and other Zionist Masonic organisations that claim to advocate justice and brag about promoting equality?! Are those people who are appalled when a cat is tortured not moved when a human being is burnt alive! Monday,…
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Guest Columns

Congo: ‘The Bloodstained Monument of Tutelage’, By Owei Lakemfa

“In those days, When civilization kicked us in the face, When holy water slapped our cringing brows, The vultures built in the shadow of their talons, The bloodstained monument of tutelage.” - From the poem, "The Vultures", By David Diop (1927-1960) Joseph Kabila, the president of the Democratic Republic of…
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Opinion

Libya: Obama’s Failure and Challenging the Dominant Narrative, By Idris Akinbajo

...for Libya, the current UN-backed unity government alongside increasing dialogue among other existing factions in the country may be a way to proceed. Also African countries led by more democratic Nigeria and South Africa must ensure that they no longer play backbencher roles when decisions affecting African countries are being…
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