Observations of an Expat: Crooked or Incompetent?

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Tom Arms

 

Is the Trump team totally incompetent or crooked? Is it perhaps a combination of the two or an unappealing variation on the political spectrum? Continue reading “Observations of an Expat: Crooked or Incompetent?”

Abuse of Cyber-Weapons

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Ricardo Swire

 

Some governments have started to quietly use spyware, originally designed as a cyber-weapon to combat terrorists and drug cartels, for authoritarian practices such as unofficial monitoring of political adversaries and apposing community groups. Continue reading “Abuse of Cyber-Weapons”

The Nigerian environment: A place of Human Expression or Human Machine?

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

 

Congratulations echo from the audience on both sides of the university ceremonial grounds towards the successful completion of the Bachelorate degree programme. The tone of his emotions is overwhelming, though unknown to him he has not forseen the challenges of acquiring a job amidst the dramatic rage of unemployed graduates across the country. Continue reading “The Nigerian environment: A place of Human Expression or Human Machine?”

Cameroon report reveals war crimes and torture in fight against Boko Haram

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Amnesty International

 

Hundreds of people in Cameroon accused of supporting Boko Haram, often without evidence, are being brutally tortured by security forces, human rights NGO Amnesty International said in a new report published. Continue reading “Cameroon report reveals war crimes and torture in fight against Boko Haram”