What does the Trump phenomenon mean for Africa? Globally, when the American political scientist, Francis Fukuyama, declared the end of history (1992) following the end of the Cold War, he was celebrating the triumph of liberalism over its most ... Daily Nation, 2 weeks ago
Africa: Trump is Coming, Africa Needs Strategy to Escape Re-Colonisation - AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago
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A year to the day after Van Gogh's murder in 2004, Francis Fukuyama wrote in a Wall Street Journal essay, A Year of Living Dangerously: There is good reason for thinking ... that a critical source of contemporary radical Islamism lies not in the ...DNA India, 1 month ago
An Introductory Aside on Democrac Francis Fukuyama of Harvard University recently completed a magisterial two-volume review of the emergence and evolution of human systems of governance. The volumes are somewhat immodestly entitled The Origins ...CounterPunch, 3 days ago
To borrow a phrase from Japanese-American Francis Fukuyama's professorial thesis, this week witnessed what could be the beginning of the End of History. Perhaps not that of the Cold War, but it seems the business-as-usual-type of civil and political ...Tanzania Citizen, 1 month ago
In a wide-ranging interview conducted by Guillaume Goubert and The WorldPost 's "Following Francis" columnist, Sébastien Maillard , the pope demonstrates once again his wise and mature grasp of the issues. In the interview, he acknowledges the ...Huffington Post, 3 days ago
Bosbach refutes Fukuyama In his keynote address, Wolfgang Bosbach, member of the German Parliament and until 2015 long-time Chairman of the Committee on Internal Affairs of the German Bundestag referred to Francis Fukuyama, the author of The End of ...Cargo Forwarder Global, 11 hours ago
The rise of far-right movements and the conservative rhetoric establishing a new otherness in Western politics in general and in European contexts in particular, has drawn attention to the dangers of a new wave of fascism, or neo-fascism, rising ...Daily Sabah, 4 weeks ago
The spell cast by France on American visitors is a familiar literary set piece. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Langston Hughes wrote the defining accounts in the 1920s, implicitly contrasting Parisian bookshops, fine wine, and sidewalk ...Commonweal, 4 weeks ago
Two items caught my attention yesterday, the first an interview Pope gave to Avvenire and a talk by Cardinal Peter Turkson at a Catholic University conference on Catholic social teaching and business. Both demonstrate the fallacy of seeing Pope ...National Catholic Reporter, 2 months ago
Source: Lord M-Yevugah, PhD | Thebftonline | Ghana Over the past few months, a number of African countries have been engulfed by one form of democracy-related conflict or another. Since April 2015, the Central African country of Burundi has ...B&F Times Online, 14 hours ago
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