Most of the world seems to have low expectations for what will come out of the Rio+20 environmental conference that is happening right now. In this video, Prince Charles highlights how little has been accomplished since the Rio Earth Summit 20 years ago, and also how important it is for the world to take action [...]
Maybe I'm kind of late to the game (shrug) but I love Jah Lude. He makes good Ethiopian style reggae music. According to an interview he did with The Reporter, he was born and raised in Addis. You might know ... Continue reading →
CASMIR IGBOKWE My visit to Dionye Memorial Hospital mortuary at Ekwulobia in Anambra State left me dumbfounded. Not that I have not seen a corpse before; but the sheer number of dead bodies, lying in their full nakedness, set me thinking. Among these bodies was my father, Chief Sebastian Anagoba Igbokwe, Ezeugo of Isuofia and [...]
La situation socio-economico-politique reste très difficile à ce jour dans notre pays, la Côte d'Ivoire.Cette situation trouve ses origines dans de nombreux agissements des ivoiriens dans leur ensemble.
Reuters published an article on 20 June ('Algeria's elite at loggerheads over next president'), describing fissures within Algeria's elite and how these are believed to be influencing the (non-) selection of a successor to elderly and ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. The article is quite good. Up front, the fact that Boutelfika, who is over 70-years-old, has not designated a [...]
I am a guest blogger today on the N-Katalyst site, a forum for progressive Nigerians. N-Katalyst members have been actively engaging government on the fuel subsidy and various other pressing Nigerian issues.
The ability to perform secure transactions over a network is critical to the development of internet and mobile businesses. Some of the most powerful web and mobile applications are those that facilitate transactions. "Financial Cryptography" is the set of "best-practices" of encryption and security protocols which make possible financial transactions over a network. Many [...]
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