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Double Standards Rule The Day In The UN Human Rights Council

June 21, 2020 by

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By Joshua Meservey and Brett Schaefer ~ At the behest of all 54 African countries, the U.N. Human Rights Council held an “urgent debate” June 16 to discuss racism and police brutality, with a special focus on the U.S. Earlier, the head of the African Union, Moussa Faki, publicly condemned George Floyd’s killing. Floyd’s killing […]

When America Gets Coronavirus Under Control, Africa Will Need Our Help

April 7, 2020 by

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By Joshua Meservey ~ We know too little about the new coronavirus to say how it will progress in Africa, but we know enough to realize it is likely to pummel the continent. As of April 6, Johns Hopkins University reported confirmed cases of COVID-19 in 51 of Africa’s 54 countries, with a total of […]

New Leadership Could Revitalize This Important African Nation

July 28, 2018 by

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By Joshua Meservey ~ One of Africa’s most important countries is in the midst of seismic changes. In his first four months in office, the new prime minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed (known simply as Abiy), has launched a series of long-overdue economic and political reforms, the pace and—so far—the success of which no one […]