Visa and immigration officials at the gates of major embassies seem to have great talent and insatiable penchant for choreographic, inane demonstrations of power.
Whether a society chooses its marriage institutions to be polygynous, strictly monogamous, or tolerant of serial monogamy is rational and predicatable, and has much to do with the social and political economy of the day.
Experiences of opposition candidates, including Senegal’s Wade, Nigeria’s Buhari, Ghana’s Akufo-Addo, Zimbabwe’s Tsvangirai and Uganda’s Besigye, have been mixed
Morocco is today the second largest foreign investor, after South Africa, in other AU countries. Its also now in a position to grant foreign aid that swings AU votes in its favour.
Despite similar historical developments in the coffee sector, Vietnam’s agricultural production today is far more capital and input intensive than Uganda’s, resulting in higher yields per hectare.