The US presidential election season is progressing rather more slowly than expected, with the election just over a year away in November 2020. In fact, even though ours are due in 2022, there is more energy, intrigues, backstabbing and rabble-rousing than in the US. The Republican ticket is all but sealed with Donald [Read more]
After his election yesterday, Boris Johnson will become UK prime minister beginning today. Unsurprisingly, immediately he was elected, an ecstatic US President Donald Trump tweeted his congratulations to the former London mayor, saying: "He will be great!" Trump, who fell out with Theresa May after UK's envoy in [Read more]
Even with the Federal Anti- Nepotism Law passed in 1967, Trump was able to circumvent the law due to the definition of the word agency.
Beyond America’s new containment policy, Africa needs empirical research to provide evidence-based assessments of the Belt and Road Initiative
The two leaders have agreed to delay a transition government by six months
It would seem that — at long last — Americans have given Kenyans a president they can laugh at.