by Chimaobi Omeye Eight years ago, I authored an article assessing the first year of former President Muhammadu Buhari’s tenure, titled “A Year of Sorrow or Positive Change?” and after eight years, some consider Buhari’s government to be the worst in the history of the West African country. As a patriotic Nigerian, I feel obligated …

Nigeria’s Tinubu – Shettima Administration at One Year Read More »

by Ruhamah Ifere Insecurity issues have bedeviled a country where peace formerly reigned supreme. A land that flowed with milk and honey now flows with the blood of innocent citizens, whose lives have been taken unjustly. The novel corona virus (Covid-19) in 2020 not only disrupted, but also brought to fore the issues that border …

Food Insecurity: Contributory Factors, Implications and Solutions Read More »

by Ainesh Dey INTRODUCTION The prospect of nuanced civic engagement  in democratic processes, plays an important role in spearheading transparency, accountability and representation, and in strengthening the overall socio-political and economic character of the contemporary administrative discourse. At a time, when we are experiencing a paradigm shift from traditional redressal of grievances to instances of …

Inclusive and Participatory Urban Economies: The Indian Context Read More »

by Cody Mitchell The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has always struggled to meet recruitment and retention targets. However, in light of an increasingly volatile geostrategic situation, these challenges are increasingly acute. The news broke recently that the Australian Government was considering “mothballing” one or two of the Royal Australian Navy’s eight Anzac-class frigates—the backbone of …

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by Ainesh Dey and Jhanvi Jain Environmental Espionage in the Modern World: An Overview The premise of environmental espionage in the current geopolitical scenario cannot be overlooked, as environmental crises such as global warming, deforestation, and wildfires continue to shape global dynamics. Collaborating to find solutions to these crises at a global level is crucial, …

Uncovering the Green Truth – The Role of Espionage in Geopolitics Read More »

by Metolo Foyet The Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management (THEM) industry is a dynamic and multifaceted sector focused on providing memorable experiences to travellers and event attendees. With a major contribution to global economies, driven by the diverse needs and preferences of customers for leisure, business, and special events, THEM encompasses various businesses, including hotels, …

AI-Powered Tourism: Your Path to a Thriving Career Read More »

by Similoluwa Ifedayo Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa and the seventh largest in the world, has seen a large number of its citizens emigrate in recent years, in what is popularly known as ‘japa’, a Yoruba term for ‘flee’. The emigration wave is gathering steam amid mounting socioeconomic challenges in the country. Nigeria …

The ‘japa’ wave and the rise of Nigeria’s diaspora assets Read More »

by Srishti Negi “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players” – Shakespeare opined in the late 16th century, writing these memorable and insightful lines in his play ‘As You Like It’. And this dictum for ages immemorial has, consciously or unconsciously, represented the international stage at large. Now the …

United States, China & Others – The Rise of a new Cold War Read More »