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Harvard  political review 3 February 2017 By Elizabeth Manero Africa is no stranger to exploitation. After decades of colonial rule under major Western powers, the continent was left with a legacy of harsh, imperialist rule that set it back years in modernization. As a result, it has become the...

Geopolitical Monitor 8 February 2017 Theodoros Papadopoulos The Trump administration’s first special operations attack certainly didn’t go as hoped....

The East African 9 February 2017 At 92, Mugabe is the oldest president in the world, inviting ironic comparisons to the gods of Ancient Greece. Like Zeus,...

The Southern Times 3 February 2017 By Busani Bafana Bulawayo – Thanks to growing investor interest, increasing respect for democratic reforms, and...

rusi.org 3 February 2017 China’s 500-Ship Navy Suddenly Appears on the Horizon Peter Roberts The People’s Liberation Army’s...

All Africa 25 January 2017 analysis By Salem Solomon Earlier this month, the first train rumbled down the tracks of a $3.4 billion electric railway connecting...

African Times 23 January 2017 In recent history, few world leaders have been as unpopular as France’s François Hollande. Rising unemployment, tabloid...

CNN 19 January 2017 Didier Gondola is professor and chair of the History Department at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis...

The Daily Caller 18 January 2017 Donald Trump’s inauguration is just a few days away, but the showdown Trump promised China is already well at hand....

Modern Diplomacy 16 January 2017 Undoubtedly, Africa’s fast economic growth and development, at least during the past decade, has attracted external...