Israel’s Fractured Democracy And Its Repercussions

By Alon Ben-Meir Israel is a democracy, and like most parliamentary democracies, the party that wins a plurality of the…

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Violent repression in Ecuador as workers resist IMF package

Disastrous IMF policies are wreaking havoc on the country’s economy by eliminating social and labor rights. The International Trade Union…

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Ecuador’s President Flee Capital City After Massive Protest Brought on by IMF Harmonization

The protests came in response to increases of up to 120 percent in fuel prices after the government eliminated subsidies…

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The Ultimate African Dictatorship the World Ignores

ACCRA, Ghana – Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo born 5 June 1942) is an Equatorial Guinean politician who has been President of Equatorial Guinea since…

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Sudan’s Interim Prime Minister rubbishes intrusion in the selection of cabinet ministers

NAIROBI, Kenya – The newly elected Prime Minister of Sudan Abdalla Hamdok intensified his refusal of attempts to have the…

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Ongoing Dictator of the Month: Paul Biya of Cameroon

By David Wallechinsky The nation of Cameroon in west-central Africa holds a presidential election every election cycle. In the 2011…

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Why Every Liberian, Except President Weah, seems to Want President Weah to Succeed?

By John Akinola For President George M. Weah to succeed as President, he must be willing to want to succeed,…

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ECOWAS planned single currency and economic integration should benefit all member states, not a few

WEST AFRICA – West African nations are pondering on utilizing a single currency for the sub region as part of…

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Africa’s giant Nigeria elects Congressman Femi Gbajabiamila as the new speaker of parliament

ABUJA, Nigeria— The Federal Republic of Nigeria has elected a new speaker of parliament and put in place several heads…

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President Kagame: We don’t follow rules, we follow choices. There is no rule book for us

NEW YORK – Africa has had few good presidents and many bad presidents and other leaders.  In today’s Africa, corruption…

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