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Monthly Archives: October, 2016


Countdown to Congo’s election: A tale of youth power and a regime in decline BY Kambale Musavuli

People of goodwill throughout the world should support the Congolese people to demand that President Kabila ceases attacks against the people and respects the...


Update on supported hurricane relief work and urgent appeal for solidarity from HERF On October 4, Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, killing well over...

DR Congo: On the current debate over a looming crisis of legitimacy

  By David-Ngendo Tshimba   Uncertainty hangs over the date of presidential and legislative elections, yet President Joseph Kabila’s term expires on 19 December...

Why East Africa should reject Economic Partnership Agreements deal with Europe by Horace G. Campbell

Europe is in crisis, and yet countries in East Africa are ready to sign on a poorly understood trade agreement with the EU whose...

The Butcher of Qana: Shimon Peres was no peacemaker

credit: israellycool.com Robert Fisk   On the steps of...

Examining international sanctions: The case of Eritrea

Under U.S. pressure, the UN refuses to lift an embargo against the tiny nation of Eritrea, while ignoring constant aggressions by its huge neighbour,...

Would Alfred Nobel laugh or cry at the 2016 Prize: A Norwegian diplomacy rescue operation? By Jan Oberg

1. In my view it is well within the will of Alfred Nobel to reward people who negotiate a peace agreement. In this perspective...


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