Queen Elizabeth’s failure to even acknowledge or issue an apology for Britain’s colonial legacy, explains why many Kenyans did not mourn her death.
In this interview with Rasna Warah, journalist Michela Wrong debunks the myth of Rwanda as a model developmental state and a poster child for Western aid.
The late Tanzanian president, John Pombe Magufuli, was initially lauded for his no-nonsense approach to corruption. But the cracks began to appear within months of his presidency.
Women say it is their turn to lead the United Nations. But can a female head of the UN change the organization’s work culture and correct the power imbalances among UN member states?
Cities will continue to exist and grow despite the coronavirus crisis because of the distinctly human need for social interaction, physical contact, and collaboration.
The 60s, 70s, and 80s are often described as the Golden Age of Indian cinema and Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu had a large number of cinemas devoted to showing films made in Bombay.
Why the World Food Program doesn’t deserve the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
The burial of African languages by Africans themselves has ensured our total immersion into colonial culture.
For all the PR, Kenya does not pose a serious threat to the five veto-holding permanent members on the UN Security Council.
The United States’ military operations in Somalia are not well known because they’e carried out secretly or via proxies. COVID-19 hasn’t slowed them down.