Unpredictability: Somalia’s Undoing

When we examine the troubles that cripple the establishment of a strong and viable governance system in Somalia, there is an issue, that’s constantly overlooked or undermined. You will hardly find this as a topic of discussion in an intellectual or political level. I am referring to lack of continuity in government offices. Throughout the […]

Promoting Peace, Culture and Human Rights Through World Trade

Trade, culture, peace and human rights are inextricably linked. The exchange of not only goods and services but also of ideas and knowledge has fundamentally shaped the peace, prosperity and culture of our societies since the dawn of time. The Nile was the world’s first extensive trade network which saw the imports and exports of […]

DRC’s Coming to the EAC is a Tipping Point

News that the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has officially applied to join the East African Community (EAC) is good. This is because the DRC is not only humungous in landmass but also in resources. This resource-parked country, if well utilized, apart from improving the conditions of its people, will contribute immensely to the economies […]