From all indications, the UN Security Council’s Resolution 1973 has become an albatross with very nasty implications. Initially couched and perceived as a blessing—because it was meant to solve humanitarian problems arising from the rebellion […]
President Barack Obama of the US, Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK, and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France have written a joint letter to The Times of London, the International Herald Tribune and Le Figaro, vowing […]
Oguchi Nkwocha’s Lambent-Witted Riposte to Bokor’s March Madness – Argues Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
I already have too much on my proverbial plate to counter-productively attempt to immerse myself in marginal, ideological side-shows. Still, sometimes one comes across a lambent-witted contribution to an otherwise charlatanic and self-serving discourse on […]
As many as 1 million people have been driven from their homes in Côte d’Ivoire in the months-long turmoil stemming from the outgoing president’s refusal to leave office, with violence mounting and his loyalists using […]
—-Calls for dialogue with all parties The Libyan government has announced an immediate ceasfire in its conflict with rebels holding up in eastern part of the country. Speaking at a news conference in Tripoli, the […]
After many hiccups and fits-and-starts, the United Nations Security Council has adopted a resolution (Resolution 1973) that will legitimize the use of “force” against Libyan leader, Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi and his loyalists. In New York, […]