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Monthly Archives: January, 2019


From Kabila to Tshisekedi and Peacefully! The Congo Holds Its Breath

Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service 25 Jan 2019 – Today at 2 p.m. the members of the constitutional Court sworn in the fifth President...

The Trouble With Ethiopia’s Ethnic Federalism

By Mahmood Mamdani Mr. Mamdani is the director of the Institute of Social Research at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, and a professor at Columbia...

Ethiopia Applauded for Its Progressive Refugee Integration Law

By Kylie Kiunguyu Ethiopia's parliament has adopted revisions to its existing refugee law, making it one of the most progressive refugee policies in Africa. The...

From a Refugee Camp to Davos: One Co-Chair's Story

Photo: WEF The Co-Chairs of this year's Annual Meeting have delivered a strong call to action to participants in Davos. Perhaps the most emotional plea came...

Off The Beaten Path, Haiti’s Jazz Festival Comes Of Age

  Port-au-Prince – At a time when most of the world’s jazz capitals are buried under snow or suffering through sub-zero temperatures, Haiti is offering...


In elementary school, I was served Martin Luther King Jr. right along with Santa Claus and Jesus. As childhood fictions dissolved, everything began to...

Tribute to Patrice Lumumba Assassinated On 17 January 1961

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInStumbleUponTumblrPinterestRedditVKontakteOdnoklassnikiPocketShare via EmailPrint  Patrice Lumumba Why was Lumumba killed? Because he was a ‘relentless, dedicated, intelligent, passionate anti-colonialist, Pan-Africanist and Congolese nationalist’ with ‘the unstinting support of the Congolese masses’...


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