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ITV 28 June 2016 Play video It is not unusual to hear Twinkle Twinkle Little Star ring out from a primary school in Kenya. British influence, British charities and British money still play a part here; the colonial legacy exists still. But what I was not expecting on a visit to a school in a shanty...

Somaliland Press 28 June 2016 In April 2014, I wrote a  commentary entitled, “Is there Any Hope for Africa?” I wrote that commentary despairing...

Geeska Afrika 29 June 2016 Djibouti (HAN) June 29.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News. Opinion.BY: Mohamed Ali Arkow: My Beautiful Wishful...

South African Institute of International affairs 14 June 2016  Steven Gruzd and Luanda Mpungose A voter casts his ballot in the presidential run-off...

The Australian 8 June 2016 Roger Boyes The Times Robert Mugabe with then Chinese President Hu Jintao in 2005. Every time Robert Mugabe travels abroad...

Politics web 26 May 2016 Peter Fabricius Peter Fabricius says the recent talks risk just weakening President Pierre Nkurunziza’s political opponents. The...

Thought Leader 25 May 2016 by: Vusi Gumede         As we celebrate yet another Africa Day, the question of what Africa really...

Eurasia Review 17 May 2016 Sudan’s Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir. Photo Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jesse B....

The Herald 17 May 2016 Ben Rawlence Correspondent Why does al-Shabaab still exist? It is five years since Kenya invaded Somalia, declaring war on al-Shabaab. Five...

The Diplomat 7 May 2016 Image Credit: Cultural Revolution poster image via Shutterstock.com Corruption and popular discontent led to one of China’s...