Banking activates take different shapes to serve the community. There are many new areas, apart from classical business, covered by banks around the globe. New areas cover, factoring, forfaiting and others. In last years, factoring […]
Forfaiting started in the middle of last Century in Europe and it is taking shape all over the globe to promote trade finance and boost relationship between exporters and importers. In this context, the ICC […]
Private Investment Undertakings (PIU) represent a lucrative investment opportunity in Bahrain. We will highlight the main info regarding PIU for easy reference. PIU are defined as investment undertakings / funds that are registered with CBB, […]
Opinion: Hypocrites,The Lebanese Have Long Enslaved Ghanaians in Ghana! – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
Our patently primitive and benighted fixation and pathological obsession with homosexuality – by the way, Alexander-The-Great and Michelangelo were homosexuals, as also were Plato and Aristotle, among a legion of others – may have blinded […]
Opinion: Libyans Could Not Tell the Difference Between Ghanaians and Guineans, Trust Me – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
When I first read the report in which the Libyan government was alleged to have claimed that some Ghanaians were being recruited by the ISIS terrorist organization to kidnap people in the Middle-East, I could […]
I knew he was quite a bit of a buffoon, from his erratic pronouncements, but not enough of a cretin to go the way of the zany likes of Messrs. Muamar El Gaddhafy and Saddam […]
North African Turmoil – Libya’s Descent into Chaos by Yehudit Ronen Middle East Quarterly Winter 2016
The overthrow of Libya’s long-reigning dictator Mu’ammar al-Qaddafi by an international coalition in the summer and autumn of 2011 was hailed at the time as paving the way for a “New Libya.” Instead, the country […]
Speech by Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier to the German Bundestag on the 70th anniversary of the United Nations
Mr President, fellow members of this House, “We should, rather, recognize the United Nations for what it is – an admittedly imperfect but indispensable instrument of nations working for a peace evolution towards a more just […]
Folks, it is often said that desperate situations call for desperate actions. The Cairo-based Asian Review has reported that Israel is working hard to build stronger security and economic ties with China and India, looking […]
No one needs fear anything for saying that South Africa’s President, Jacob Zuma, is a very good example of a very bad African leader in contemporary times. He is self-acquisitive and mindlessly profligate. Talk about […]