Free Trade Prologue: Repairing Fractured Industries In Developing Economies

The African Union estimates that African nations collectively conduct about 15-17% of Intra-African trade. While other regions post much higher numbers somewhere between 60 and 90 percent, according to World Trade Organization estimates. However, what is not often held to greater account, is exactly who is doing the trading. Perhaps the most curious element of…

Germany’s EU Power Struggle Post Brexit

Covid-19 cases have started to rise in Germany as the reported “second wave” has taken effect, according to data from the World Health Organization. This comess at a time when the Deutschland nation has taken the helm of the faltering EU in the hopes of steering it out of crippling debt and socio-poitical turmoil. Europe…

Eating the Developing World: A Pandemic Response

The recent pandemic has once again highlighted the built in ineptitude and inadequacies of the current world financial system.  This time, it can be easily highlighted in the ballooning IMF loans and financial arrangements wresting a strangle-hold on the developing world. The IMF is providing a different kind of leadership in the Pandemic. Unlike China…