By: Mkotama Katenga-Kaunda

Why are US boots not on the ground in the fight against ISIS? (part 2)
July 14, 2015

Bashar Al-Assad, president of Syria has also been blamed for creating conditions which spawned the rise of ISIS in Syria. Assad…

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Why are US boots not on the ground in the fight against ISIS? (part 1)
July 14, 2015

The unforeseen rise of ISIS as an Islamic radical group, has ambitiously captured vast lands in Iraq and Syria with the…

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Pentecostalism as a political movement in Africa
June 27, 2015

The new wave of African evangelism that has swept the continent of Africa, has reached a new height where multitudes of…

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Economic Sanctions: A Violation of Human Rights?
May 30, 2015

The devastation of an atom bomb displayed in the closing moments of the Second World War in Japan, was an indicator…

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The Ambassador: The silent colonisation of Africa’s natural resources
May 13, 2015

Viewing the degree of corruption in Africa through the lens of Mads Brugger’s 2011 documentary ‘The Ambassador’, reveals how ambassadorial privileges…

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Xenophobia: A by-product of globalisation
April 20, 2015

The recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa have once again exposed the growing divide, that is fueling resentment between host populations…

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Has the veto run its course?
April 9, 2015

The year 2014 saw an escalation of conflicts around the world. ISIS, an Islamist terror group began to seize large swathes…

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Perhaps democracy was not meant for Africa
March 23, 2015

Since the 1990s, most African countries turned to democracy to overturn the negative effects of authoritarianism in the previous decades. However,…

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Poking the American-led liberal order
March 9, 2015

The American global system of partnerships has managed to achieve mutual cooperation between states through liberal international institutions. The American-led alliance…

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