Afro-Optimism: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far?

Rising Africa’s leaders and citizens must keep focus on education, jobs, elimination of corruption and inequality
Raila Odinga
December 2, 2014

Gloomy Outlook for Ghana Where Gold Does Not Shine Anymore

Scrapping the cedi could lift Ghana’s confidence and GDP, but only citizens can stop corruption
Vikram Mansharamani
October 2, 2014

How to Fund the Ebola Fight

To combat Ebola, other infectious diseases, the US could impose $3 tax on international air travel
Paula Kavathas
September 18, 2014

All Eyes on Africa

The US is among many nations courting a confident Africa on aid, trade and natural resources
J. Peter Pham
August 14, 2014

The Dilemma of Desperation Migration

Humanitarian aid adds incentives for migrants to take risks in fleeing homelands
Joseph Chamie
November 14, 2013

African Art on the Move

Zimbabwean sculptors travel to overseas gardens, balancing tradition and new creativity
Susan Froetschel
November 7, 2013

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Trade Week Africa and the Continental Free Trade Area

Tariff reductions could keep $80 billion in the continent and boost economies
Amy Copley
December 7, 2016

Africa Unplugged

Low-cost solar power lets many access electricity, including charging smartphones and lighting homes
November 9, 2016

Domino Effect...

Three African nations are giving up on the International Criminal Court
David Gilbert
October 27, 2016

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