The 'America First' policy of the Trump administration has significant negative foreign policy implications on Kenya in economic, security and political terms.
Like New Zealand, Australia and Canada, a point system will be devised based on education, age, English proficiency and entrepreneurship.
[Trump] is more concerned about the brand that he espouses than a consistent policy that upholds the common good.
The future ex-president of the United States will not be counting on his Kenyan inheritance for his retirement, as part of his paternal family intends to deprive him of it due to a lack of solidarity. Ali Bongo Ondimba, however, has decided to disinherit himself…
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Even though [Obama's] speeches are beautiful, they end up getting on your nerves due to the distance that separates practice from declarations of principle.
We must celebrate the fact that Obama discussed with his host, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, the sore subject of the state of civil liberties.
'Obama’s visit to Kenya is like all his African policy — merely symbolic.' - Adekeye Adebajo.
It was heartening to see the leader of the free world deliver a ringing public denunciation of the tyranny and corruption that’s destroying the continent.
The real theme of the historic visit to his father’s homeland was Barack Obama’s promise on Saturday to strengthen cooperation between Kenya and the United States in the fight against terrorism, and to provide greater logistical and financial support to Kenyan security forces.
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<i>Obama's trip is concerned with the declining security situation on the continent and the fight against Islamic extremism.</i>
Barack Obama's first visit to the country of his roots since attaining the presidency has been marked by all manner of psychological, identity-related and sentimental connotations. Closer [Read more]