UK Election: Issues in Social Exclusion, Tolerance

By Uchenna Ekwo Ostensibly, the upcoming UK general election has been portrayed as an ugly battle over Brexit but, below the surface even uglier questions about race and identity define this election as much as they do the particulars of any trade agreement. In particular this election has focused on…

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Communication Challenged and Political Ideologies in Africa : A Case Study of Ivory Coast

Communication Challenged and Political Ideologies in Africa : A Case Study of Ivory Coast Edmond DOUA, Ph.D. is currently Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Information and Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Information, Communication and Arts (Félix Houphouët-Boigny University of Ivory Coast). Expert in Media Communications, Corporate…

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Wanted: Peace in South East Nigeria

By Ossy Ekwueme Pericles, a prominent and influential Greek statesman, orator and general of Athens during its golden age once said: “just because you don’t take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take interest in you.” Pericles’ words uttered between 495-429 B.C. are still relevant today especially among…

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