“AFRIWESTISM”:  A CONCEPT TO ADRESS THE FAILURE OF FOREIGN AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PARADIGMS OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN AFRICA

“AFRIWESTISM”:  A CONCEPT TO ADRESS THE FAILURE OF FOREIGN AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PARADIGMS OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN AFRICA   James Mawanda Student, Ph.D. in Diplomacy and International Affairs, Euclid University Email: mawandajames@hotmail.com Keywords: Afriwestism, development dilemma, International Organizations, Poverty, Structural Adjustment Programs  Relevant IGOs: African Union, World Bank, IMF 1.      Background The late 1980s and […]

The US-China Trade War, the Huawei Battle, and its Effects on the World

By Corinn Schmieg 1Author Affiliation: School of Diplomacy & International Relations, Pôle Universitaire Euclide (Euclid  University),  Bangui  (Central African Republic) and Greater Banjul (Republic of the Gambia) / EUCLID Global Institute, Washington DC (United States) *Minnesota, USA Keywords: China, United States, Trade War, Huawei Battle, Tariffs IGOs: World Trade Organization (WTO) Abstract: After decades of […]

Attaining Sustainable Development in Africa through the Promotion of Good Governance and Adherence to the UN SDGs

Author: Folawiyo Kareem Olajoku, Ph.D. Author affiliation(s): (1) School of Global Business and Economics, Pôle Universitaire Euclide (Euclid University), Bangui, Central African Republic; (2) EUCLID Global Institute, Washington DC (United States); (3) FKO Investments and Research, Lagos, Nigeria Email contact: folajoku@gmail.com Keywords: Africa, sustainable development goals, social, and economic, policy instability, the rule of law, […]