Thursday, 21st March 2019

Education: Universal Right or Security Issue

Written by  |  Friday, 23 May 2014 23:11  |  Published in Africa society

In current world, where despite all the security controls, borders are dying slowly away, our societies are more integrated, and different cultures intermingle, education is vital to the task of acquiring the capacity to live together peacefully

Egypt: The Ceaseless Struggle for Political Power

Written by  |  Friday, 07 March 2014 18:23  |  Published in Africa politics

Is history being repeated? Can the Egyptian revolution of 2011 be compared to 1952 revolution or can it be argued that Egypt's history is linked inevitably to the army? Both revolutions ended in the same way: a military coup d'etat

Mali: How Did the Poster Girl of African Democracy Fall into Chaos?

Written by  |  Wednesday, 11 September 2013 20:50  |  Published in Africa politics

Mali has been presented to the world as the role model of democracy in West Africa. Praised for its rapid economic growth, relative social stability, mixed with a flourishing democracy. But the truth is that Mali's story is not a happy one at all

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