Turkish foreign policy towards Africa is not only based on economic and trade objectives, but also incorporates a comprehensive approach that includes peace and stability.
Regionalisation could be the solution to mitigating global shocks
Let me start by just acknowledging…we have seen in the last several weeks, the last few months, the kinds of epic changes and events in our country that are as profound as anything I’ve seen in my lifetime. And I’m now a lot older. I’m gonna be 59 soon. Although all of us have been […]
Nigeria gained its independence in October 1960. Since then the British colonial ideology has strongly influenced the division of Nigeria into three regions – North, West and East – and further exacerbated the already well-developed economic, political, and social differences among Nigeria’s ethnic groups. The Igbos in the Eastern states have been struggling for peace […]
There are realities we need to address before we stand up and take on others who do the same things we do. What transpired recently in the US where racist police are known for systemic brutalities against African Americans speaks volumes. Right from the outset, I argue that we must put our house in order […]
No-one was really ‘ready’ for this, but we have seen a lot of businesses transforming
Time is out for empty words and empty promises. Time is out for you filibustering and trying to stall the arm of justice.
Economic policies need to fashion people over profits.
Russia sees Africa as a key potential partner in the vision for a multipolar world order
Global Financial Integrity (GFI) has produced a comprehensive report, estimating the magnitude of trade misinvoicing since 2012 with a particular focus on the crucially important crude oil and gold sectors, given that these two commodities accounted for nearly half (47 percent) of Sudan’s exports by value in 2017. GFI also completed a regulatory and legal […]