Ebola: An Appraisal of the Global Response Efforts

  By Pius Kanyegambeta 14th October 2014 (Image from: www.www.keyt.com Aug 7, 2014)   In a century where globalization and foreign aid are at the core of a lot of the developed nations’ foreign policies, the issue of inequality within the health systems between the West and developing nations is still prevalent. Although millions of […]

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Film Screening: Roots and Clamor in the British Parliament

“Roots and Clamor” in the British Parliament       “Ebbaba, is the voice of young Saharawi people, protesting against Moroccan occupation. Come to see her film and listen to her message and witness her determination”   Grimond room will host next Monday October 27th the documentary on the struggle of the Saharawi people, a […]

Conference: Africa’s Challenges Today!

    Africa is a dynamic continent which is home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world. Thus, the debate on Africa needs to change from the obsolete arguments that characterized the colonial era which unfortunately some still cling on to, to real debates on the challenges that the dynamic continent and […]


Geneva Interim Nuclear Deal and Saudi Arabia

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, visited Saudi Arabia last month to meet with the Saudi King anxious about the latest diplomatic developments vis-à-vis the Islamic Republic of Iran. Why is Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia important for making analyses of the Kingdom’s stance in relation to its security within the region? The […]