The White Paper’s proposals are vague and seek to solve problems that are not about immigration.
If Canada wants to fix its reputation for being weak on corruption, it needs to confront the harms associated with globalization and bring multinational corporations under democratic control.
Christian leaders in Ghana are pushing the envelope of influence in political affairs.
Liberia’s next president must restore national cohesion, tackle corruption, and strengthen state institutions.
South Africa will miss having a “diplomat-scholar” of his calibre to turn to for sage advice.
The indictment of Sen. Bob Menendez is full of lurid details – hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash stuffed into clothes among them. Will they tank Menendez’s career?
Addressing high levels of corruption is crucial if Albania wants to join the EU and improve its society and economy.
Whistleblowers should be entitled to financial support. But that has potential costs as well as benefits.
Gabon is resource rich, but the Bongo family’s continuous rule has been bad news for the country of 2.3 million people.
Without governance reforms, Zimbabwe will continue to face an economic crisis.
Mafia groups don’t just cause harm through violence, they can erode the principles that make a democracy function.
Given South Africa’s staggering corruption levels, a strong legal framework is needed to encourage and protect whistleblowers.
Nigeria’s new police chief needs fresh ideas to confront old challenges.
There is never going to be a final assessment of Mandela’s legacy. How it is regarded will continue to change, depending on the destination South Africa travels to.
A new book focuses on the politics of road transport, the everyday corruption and the hard-living world of transport workers in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Oscar-winning film sketches out the broad themes of Berluconist hedonism, all against the backdrop of the decline of ideologies that shaped 20th-century Italy.
In parts of Nigeria and Mozambique, the central governments and state institutions are either absent or unable to address the dire socio-economic conditions and related instability.
The Zondo Commission was globally unique in scope and scale. The book selects and explains its key findings and recommendations.
Already there is much talk about who the agency should investigate first. Here’s who can bring cases and how the body will operate.
Sierra Leone needs to rebuild public trust in its election by maintaining a completely transparent process.