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Rest of East Africa Leaves Uganda Behind on Environment

Ten African countries – including the East African bloc of Kenya, Tanazania and Rwanda – signed an agreement to take the environment into account when developing national economies and corporate practices. Uganda is conspicuously absent from this agreement, dubbed the … Continue reading

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Did Gadaffi Help Control Muslim Extremism in Africa?

Once Gadaffi is removed from power, there will be many dominoes falling across Africa. His personal investments in businesses and in cultivating relationships with cultural rulers constitute billions of dollars and form an intricate web of control across the continent. … Continue reading

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Uganda is Broke

According to a Valentines Day article in The East African, Ugandans won’t be feeling the love for at least three years as the government tries to recover financially from the incumbent party’s looting of the treasury to fund their campaigns. Continue reading

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A Rose By Any Other Name Might Still Smell Like DDT

Valentine’s Day is approaching, and I hope my wife doesn’t read this post.  I am annually declared a Scrooge around Valentine’s Day due to my perspective on both the cut flower industry and the greeting card industry. A bouquet of … Continue reading

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