For all its impact the world can seem distant from our daily issues, a paradox of irrelevance and mounting relevance that calls for democratizing diplomacy.
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The social climate barometer points to a stormy 2020 that can only be confronted through social action, but there are protocols to follow to be effective.
His claim is that he’s not fleeing justice as a fugitive but rather escaping a racist and rigged system. It’s hard to know which of those narratives is true. James Bond (or James Bond villain?)
There is a conflation of honeymoon and change in post-Biya predictions. The caste State also says why ceteris paribus such change is unlikely in Cameroon.
When our country overthrow’s the government of another country, we just ignore it and our press sanitizes the putsch. Its time to engage and cry wolf!
Let us encourage neighbors to create their own social vision and worldview, thinking globally and acting locally. Let each elementary, middle, and high school district create its own educational philosophy.
For a poor and conflict-ridden State, $2.56million for end of year State parties in Cameroon is a show of irresponsibility and lack of accountability.
Burundi’s capital is being moved for the good of the people! Actually no: the dictatorship is moving and building a new administrative city as a mega-theft.
President Trump was right to promulgate The Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019. China’s growing influence has come with a lack of democratic principles.
Omar Bongo died in power in 2009 after 42 years of corrupt rule. His son, Ali, took over. Now impaired, Ali has appointed his son to rule Gabon de facto.