On Entropy: The Shifting World

As children, sometimes the most asinine things earn our attention.  At least in the old days they did, back when children played with toys that didn’t talk back or require a lithium battery to operate. One of those old affects was the proverbial spinning top. An awkward space-ship looking toy that, with the right torque…

Angola and The Changing Face of Debt

In early February 2018, Angola signed a 70-million-dollar agreement with the World Bank to develop the nation’s local economy.   The loan is specifically targeted at infrastructure construction of medical centers, staff residences and other public works. The African nation has unsuccessfully sought to attract investors and appears to be turning its aspirations inward.  Like many…

Reflections on Ghana: Africans Will “Save” Africa

Traditionally, Africa’s growth has been quantified in terms of Foreign Aid, good governance models and foreign investment.  However, statistics are now proving that those ideas are in fact wrong.  The popular notion in most sectors, both domestically and internationally, is that African nations achieve growth through investment from large multinationals that mine natural resources, wealthy…