U.S. stock index futures dropped sharply on Wednesday after the United States threatened tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, dampening hopes of a compromise on trade.
China's commerce ministry called the U.S. actions "completely unacceptable", adding … Read more
The Deputy Secretary-General this morning briefed the Security Council during its open meeting on women, peace and security in the Sahel.
The Deputy Secretary-General returned yesterday from a joint UN-African Union mission to South Sudan, Niger and Chad. She was … Read more
The Donald Trump presidency in the US harkens to a period when protectionism dominated world politics. He heralds the revival of supremacy that invigorates his base through a hegemonic exhibition of exclusion and admonishment congruently derailing allies and foes.
The … Read more
Jon Marks and David Slater of Africa Energy Live Data, draw on the company’s database of over 5,300 projects to review the state of Africa’s energy market.
First the good news. Analysis of the 5,300-plus operating, under-construction and planned … Read more
By Gbenga Olawepo
It is a happy homecoming for me 30 years after I spoke at Oduduwa hall as a guest of the OAU Students Union. It was at the height of the advocacy for mass action by Nigerian … Read more