Observations of an Expat: The Fight for the Spoils

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Tom Arms

Politics hates a vacuum. It especially hates a vacuum in the tinderbox cockpit of the Middle East where the conflicting issues of money, vital resources, religious extremism, religious conflicts, historic rivalries and the geopolitical link between East and West dangerously clash. Continue reading “Observations of an Expat: The Fight for the Spoils”

Getting Africa’s Youth a Seat at the Table in Politics

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Femi Tunde Okunlola

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the former Iranian president became the subject of controversy after announcing his intention to run for office in April, 2017; for the third time. Continue reading “Getting Africa’s Youth a Seat at the Table in Politics”

Silent Crime

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Ricardo Swire

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) describes human trafficking as “an act of recruiting, transporting, transferring, harboring or receiving a person through use of force, coercion or other means for the purpose of exploiting them.” Continue reading “Silent Crime”

The easiest way to save your job is to just get along

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Siddhartha Rastogi

The phenomenon of the West has bitten the East. You can blame digitization, quarterly pressure to deliver numbers on the street, new CEOs’ greed or changing global relationships amongst countries. Continue reading “The easiest way to save your job is to just get along”