The world has turned its back on Africa’s LGBT community. In seeking to protect their own interests and nationals, western governments have condemned Africa’s LGBT population to a life of persecution and oppression.
Al-Shabaab want to incite religious hatred in Kenya. This goal is failing as Muslim leaders have closed ranks with their Christian counterparts to display a united and determined face against terror. However, Christian’s must be weary of those within their ranks who are trying to redefine the war as a spiritual battle as al-Shabaab will only be defeated through unity.
Has Goodluck given way to bad luck? Nigeria’s recent presidential election and what it means for Nigeria’s future
Nathaniel Robinson writes of Nigeria’s struggles with Boko Haram and a faltering economy; the question is: can democracy survive?
The world must not forget Africa in the fight against terrorism, but military solutions can only go so far, argues Nathaniel Robinson
The Combination Of Kantian, Religious And Communitarian Ethics As A Global Constitution: A Suggestion For The Establishment Of Global Ethics
In this essay, Hakan Kolcak discusses the merits for a new basis of global ethics.
Gregory Pichorowycz looks at the rise of ‘Islamaphobia’ and analyses Islam’s place in Europe amidst contending notions
This is the story of how the West’s view of Islamic terrorism was informed by Osama bin Laden’s flawed ambitions and the US government believing its own fabrication. Although not well remembered by most today, the 1998 US embassy bombings in Tanzania and Kenya changed
Beth Miller takes a look at the future of US-China Relations, and explores the importance of diplomacy for all parties involved. The key question: is the United States ready for a new global power?
This article explores the changing relationship between the Mexican government and the media over the battle of the Narco – does the media have the power to affect public expectations?
Anna Dewhurst explores organised crime and terrorism.