Global Issues/Inspire

Africa’s Full Court Press

  Assessing the motives, actions and consequences of those whose authority previously went unquestioned, and pushing back if necessary, are signs of evolving maturity and assuredness. In these regards Africa is faring nicely. A few months ago...

Trade Wins

Those loud creaking sounds are the economic drawbridges being drawn up on both sides of the Atlantic, as nations that preached raging competition when it suited them, now have other ideas about its virtues. In the UK, polls indicate that a clear...

Colombian government signs peace deal with rebels

End to decades-long conflict The Colombian government has signed a peace deal with the long-existing rebel group FARC, following the results of the referendum. The news comes after the Colombian government signed a peace treaty in Havana, Cuba. This...

Thumbs Up

What should we make of Mark Zuckerberg’s trips to Nigeria and Kenya? Amidst the soft-focus photo ops, including a morning jog across one of Lagos’ main bridges, meetings with Nigeria’s President and Vice-President, as well as Kenya’s...

A Brexit Backbreaker?

How will the UK’s impending exit from the EU impact Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean? In both cases, the dominant narrative revolves around the knock-on effects from an almost inevitable growth slowdown in both the UK and EU which...

Copyrıght 2015 THE NUBIAN TIMES. All RIGHTS RESERVED.