“But perhaps the key to solving Africa’s educational crisis lies in unconventional strategies.” Continue reading Resolving Africa’s Educational Crisis
Presently, a total of 124 countries are State Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) comprising 34 African states, 28 Latin American and Caribbean States 25 Western European and other states, 19 Asia-Pacific States and 18 Eastern Europe countries. Accordingly, the African continent has the highest number of state parties to the Rome Statute and has played a fundamental role in … Continue reading Is The ICC Selectively Targeting African Leaders?
South Sudan became a free nation on July 9, 2011. This independence was a result of the 2005 civil war. The hideous statistical outcomes of the country shocked the world across. The Sudanese population lives under helpless circumstances with no proper governance. Civilians die in misery and despair. Certainly, it is the current situation in some parts in Africa where the innocent are the ones … Continue reading South Sudan: A Dilapidated Nation
“This is probably going to be considered as the tightest race in the Kenyan political history as the polls are unable to indicate who exactly will emerge as the winner.” Continue reading African Elections Season
“Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, the two principal candidates who are vying for Presidency,” Continue reading Kenya’s Election: Lessons from the Gambia
In recent years, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has received a lot of criticism from African governments. Some have accused it of selectively harassing African leaders, while others are proposing the amendment of the Rome Statute, the principal instrument that constitutes the court. The tension between Africa and ICC intensified in 2015, when South Africa was put on spot for allegedly refusing to arrest President … Continue reading ICC: Is Africa ready for Exit?
Should it not be a universally accepted rule of any democracy, that losing parties will accept the electoral result peacefully? It unfortunately seems as though power-hungry politicians worldwide are neglecting their commitments towards upholding national solidarity in their own, selfish personal interests. Donald Trump is and will not be the only fanatical crybaby who induced national instability by unethically tearing-down his opponents, through his best … Continue reading Violent Ethnic Politics: The 2017 Kenyan Elections