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British Diplomacy in Rhodesia 1965-1980
By Paul Linus On Sunday, July 28th, 2019
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British Diplomacy in Rhodesia 1965-1980

As the colonial power in Rhodesia, Britain bore the odium of an increasingly violent African nationalism whose primary target was the rising white population drawn mostly from Britain. In his article “Rhodesia More...

Eliminate Extreme Poverty by the Year 2025 With Clinical Economics
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Eliminate Extreme Poverty by the Year 2025 With Clinical Economics

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Professor of Economics and Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, has been a leading economic adviser to governments around the world. He headed the United Nations Millennium Project More...

africans in china
By Paul Linus On Wednesday, July 24th, 2019
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The Worsening Plight of Africans in China

The mass protest by Africans in China’s coastal city of Guangzhou on July 15, 2009 was not only unprecedented, but also very significant. For Africans to take to the streets in blatant violation of China’s security More...

Aid, Economic Decline and Poverty in Africa
By Paul Linus On Sunday, July 21st, 2019
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Aid, Economic Decline and Poverty in Africa

In the past decade, a number of developing countries – including Brazil, India, Russia and China – have achieved extraordinary levels of economic growth. According to the World Bank, China alone contributed More...

The Pleasures of Having A Family Safari in East Africa
By Paul Linus On Friday, July 19th, 2019
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The Pleasures of Having A Family Safari in East Africa

A safari in Africa is a common bucket list item for most people with an adventurous spirit, but all the fun and thrills are doubled when you get to share these moments with the entire family. With the many options More...

africa-betting
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
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Why Africa Is the Next Betting Continent

The African economy, both the continent taken as a whole, and especially the economies of particular countries, has been growing in the past few years. This growth reflects in the use of technology and technological More...

India-Africa Summit Wraps With Emotional Relationship Unlike China
By Paul Linus On Thursday, October 29th, 2015
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India-Africa Summit Wraps With Emotional Relationship Unlike China

India-Africa summit is wrapping up today in New Delhi witnessing more than 2,000 African delegates from more than 54 countries and also massive traffic jams in the capital suggesting commuters to avoid the entire More...

Facebook Launching Space Satellite To Provide Free Internet To Africa
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
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Facebook Launching Space Satellite To Provide Free Internet To Africa

Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg announced today to be providing free Internet access to major parts of sub-Saharan Africa. The company is partnering with France’s Eutelsat Communications to More...