Uganda Pivots to Wealth Creation Amid US Kayihura Sanctions

In September of 2019, the US levied sanctions against former Ugandan Inspector General of Police.  The US Department of the treasury issued the sanction citing, “human rights abuses, corruption and bribery.” In better context, it would be the equivalent of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi levying sanctions against former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for human…

The West and the Rest: Growth and A Green-Eyed Monster

“The West vs. The Rest,” a term coined from the ideology of famed political science professor Samuel Huntington, seems to be a growing phenomenon in the world today. In Huntington’s book, the Clash of Civilization, he appeared to be more narrowly focused on the rise of the Mideast, rather than the growing dichotomy that has…

African Girl Power: African Women Partnerships in the Diaspora

In the USA alone, African American women’s business is the fastest growing sector in entrepreneurship.   While this growth doesn’t speak much to capitalization or longevity, undoubtedly, African American women are going into business at an astonishing rate.  This may also be due to the fact that African American women are the most educated population in…