Sarkozy and Merkel as seen by Obama. The Peugeot compared to the BMW

In the first volume of his memoir entitled “Terres Promises” (Fayard), which has already sold more than 900,000 copies, former US President Barack Obama...

Autopsy of IMF programs in Africa (2)

Cheikhna Bounajim Cissé, the emergent officer. 1- An oversold and cracked neoliberal ideology. In this new column on the relationship between African states and the IMF...

Editorial by Dr Cheikh Kanté, Minister to the President of the Republic, in charge...

Digital and economic growth, the African perspective With digital technology, we are experiencing a new revolution that concerns the whole planet and without a doubt,...

Côte d’Ivoire , the first African country with a poor subsoil to surpass a...

After having succeeded in the feat of overtaking Ghana and Nigeria, two countries full of natural resources, Ivory Coast, a francophone country in West...

Mozambique LNG Project Could Be Transformational For Mozambique – If Western Environmentalists Don’t Interfere

When Anadarko Petroleum Corp. confirmed last year it would be constructing a $20 billion liquified natural gas (LNG) plant in Mozambique, this was major...

Africa’s Pandemic Response Calls for Reclaiming Economic and Monetary Sovereignty: An Open Letter

Economists Fadhel Kaboub from Denison University in Ohio, USA; Ndongo Samba Sylla from Université Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar, Senegal; Kai Koddenbrock from Goethe...

OP-Ed of Prof. Emmanuel NNADOZIE Executive Secretary: « We are all in it together »

For economics professor Emmanuel NNADOZIE, Executive Secretary of the Foundation for Capacity Building in Africa (ACBF), the Covid-19 pandemic poses a serious challenge to...

Black Lives Matter between Africa and Asia: from the statue of Gandhi to that...

By Darwis Khudori (Indonesian architect and historian, director of Master’s Degree in Exchanges with Asia at the University Le Havre Normandy, France). Monday, July 20, 2020,...

Europe is 75, what relationship to Africa for the next 75 years?

By Gérardine Mahoro, CEO ACT05 (www.act05.com). Public and private african affairs expert, in Africa and between Africa and Europe.   Europe celebrates its 75th anniversary, the opportunity...

[Tribune of Malado Kaba*] Covid-19 in Africa: an opportunity for progress?

For ancient Greeks, a crisis was not necessarily a dreadful event, but rather a moment for important decisions. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many...

African diamonds must safeguard their virtue

By Pierre Delval Africa is undoubtedly one of the largest reserves of diamonds in the world. Beyond Australia, Canada or Russia, the international sector of...

Coronavirus triggers : health or social experiment?

By Maria Nadolu, globe-trotter. We’re having one of our usual globetrotters’ long phone calls; we’re used to travel more than 6 months a year, switching...

Diversity and Unity: African Agency in International Affairs

More and more, African countries are able to act in concert to stand up for the interests of the continent. Professor Carlos Lopes Associate Fellow, Africa...

Gabon: Ali Bongo in the test of power

The Gabonese Head of State chaired the military parade on August 17 in Libreville, the capital, on the occasion of the festivities marking the...
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