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Jehuti Nefekare

Jehuti Nefekare is a Mathematician by training and by intent. He studied Applied Mathematics at the Graduate Level. He is interested in Languages, History, Geopolitics and Geoeconomics. He is fluent in one of the major languages of Eurasia and shares his perspectives on Grandmother Africa.

Two African Nations Lead the Way in Withdrawal From ICC

ACCRA—The so-called International Criminal Court (ICC) is an organization that sits somewhere in The Hague somewhere in a country called the Netherlands. It was...

Ma’at as the Strategic Foundation of African Geopolitical Thinking

ACCRA -- The central idea of Ma’at lay at the foundation of Kemet’s (Ancient Egypt) view of the world. The Pharaoh as the guarantor...
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The Olympics – Politicization and Demise

Founded by the French Aristocrat Baron Pierre De Coubertin in 1894 with the first games held in 1896 in Athens Greece, the Olympics Movement...

To Coup or Not to Coup in Turkey. Fortunate Blooper in Regime Change

ACCRA -- On Friday evening July 15, Ankara time, the world witnessed for the first time the live feed of a coup as it took...

BREXIT Is Good for Africa

ACCRA -- The decision by the UK on Friday June 24, 2016 to leave the EU came as a shock to many people. Polls...

Russia’s Immortal Regiment, Africa’s Eternal Nation and Our Historical Memory

MOSCOW, Russia -- May 9, a day celebrated in Russia and other former Soviet states, marks 71 years since the Soviet Union and its...

May 1, The Struggle for Dignity, by Colonel Cassad

May 1 is a holiday that is celebrated or observed by many countries around the world. We translate below an article written on the...

Russia’s Foreign Policy – Background and Lessons for the African Union

ACCRA -- On March 3’rd 2016, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov published an article on Russia’s Foreign Policy – Historical Background in the influential...

Panama Papers – How Global Tax Evasion Ensnares Africa’s Power Elite

ACCRA -- It sounded like a scene from a spy thriller reminiscent of the high stakes game of shadows during the Cold War. Its...

Micro-Federalism, The Pragmatic First Step for a Confederal African Super-Republic

ACCRA -- The modern African state is the product of a colonial enterprise, which collapsed, in the post-traumatic stress of World War 2. The...