Issues to consider as the African Union readies a new era of agriculture investments
The end of 2014 brought the conclusion of the African Union’s Year of Agriculture and Food Security. But most Africans work in some aspect of agriculture, and for them, every year is dedicated to agriculture and food security.
Routinely economic statistics inform and support big headlines, but statistics itself seldom makes the news. That was not so for 2014. The Financial Times recently called the GDP rebasing in Nigeria one of the biggest news stories out of Africa in 2014.
The loss of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to the republicans is the least of all worries facing democrats, says our U.S. Correspondent Tomas Mega from Nevada
The loss of the U. S. Senate may be but a small worry for erudite Democrats contemplating the party’s future. They are confronted by several disquieting realities that threaten their prospects to be a major influence in the America of tomorrow.