The scourge of Boko Haram is a well-known disaster to the Nigerian state, but one aspect that has not been looked at by the international community is the issue of the identity crisis of minorities and the domineering attitude of t
I’ve decided to focus on a particular issue which has not been discussed enough yet: the Shia population in Africa.
Ethiopia was the world’s second-fastest-growing economy in 2015 at a rate of 8.7% growth, and its top trading partners are China, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.
Western “democracy” is all about controlling Africa for western benefit.
The most remarkable domestic factor that sets Tanzania apart from almost all of its African peers is that it has never undergone a period of identity conflict.
Interactions between civilisations have always taken different forms. Sometimes a stronger civilisation is foisted on a weaker one. Or the stronger civilisation simply appeals to the weaker one.
It’s entirely foreseeable that if the South Sudanese violence isn’t stopped or contained without its borders, that its overspill could lead to serious unrest in the neighboring countries, possibly pushing them to the brink of civil war themselves due to their extremely fragile dispositions.