Perspective

Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3
Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3
Perspective
Thursday, 16 March 2017
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Personal reflection of a Sub-Saharan African Economist and Development Enthusiast: Part 3

The Cameroon we live in: A diagnosis and Policy prescriptions for cleaning our institutions Exactly three months two weeks in retrospect, I lament (in my reflection 1: a Prelude to Part 3) about the colonization and recolonization of many African countries. The...

Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya
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Friday, 10 March 2017
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Gender And Politics: A case study of Kenya

Ever so often the world reviews the gender dynamics in different aspects of society. Our in-house expert on political affairs has then been analyzing these dynamics especially in Kenya as it draws near to elections.   Summary: Numerous advances have been made...

Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.
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Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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Reflection Part 2: “Dictators’ Gun Powder Cake Theory”.

There is a pattern. A political pattern. A pattern that followers of political events, especially events in third world “dictocracies” whose electoral systems suffer from ACUTE ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION can use to precisely and concisely predict outcomes of political...