Tag: CHINA

Nov 15

TRUMP! THE WORLD JUST GOT MORE DANGEROUS!

TRUMP – THE WORLD JUST GOT MORE DANGEROUS! By CAMERON DUODU K1: But Koo, how at all could the Americans do this?   K2: What did you expect? That they would remember how afraid you are of the fact that drones would get into the hands of the tempestuous Donald Trump?  Since when did Americans …

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Aug 04

THE UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES OF FRUSTRATION IN OUR DAILY LIVES

  THE UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES OF THE FRUSTRATIONS OF DAILY LIFE By CAMERON DUODU If you want to study what is going on in real life in a country, one of the best ways of doing it is to study the crimes committed in that society. For instance, we have all got stories to tell about …

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Sep 09

EBOLA: OBAMA ACTS — AT LAST

EBOLA: OBAMA ACTS – AT LAST by CAMERON DUODU IT was with a great sense of relief that I read that President Barack Obama had said, on the NBC’s Meet The Press (one of the most prestigious news programmes in America) that the US would be using its “military assets” to help fight the horrendous …

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Aug 30

WHAT’S TO BE DONE ABOUT THE EBOLA EMERGENCY?

It is no secret that the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China have all got units of medical personnel who are experts in fighting against nuclear and chemical-warfare attacks. The armed forces of all these countries incorporate trained units that are on standby to be flown into danger areas, if and when their territories are attacked with nuclear or chemical weapons. These well-equipped, highly-trained personnel can be given emergency instruction on how to change their techniques to combat Ebola. They can then be flown to the epicentres of the disease and practise the same safe methods of providing medical care to disease victims, which they would carry out if a nuclear or chemical attack occurred. In fact, the Ebola attack could provide them with useful practical experience in fighting dangerous illnesses.

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May 19

NIGERIA’S INCOMPETENCE IS PUTTING THE FUTURE OF AFRICA AT RISK

Daily Guide 17.05.2014 Home / Columnist / Nigeria’s Incompetence Is Putting The Future Of Africa At Risk Nigeria’s Incompetence Is Putting The Future Of Africa At Risk May 17, 2014 It Is a well-known precept in geopolitics that a country does not have “permanent friends”, but  “permanent interests.” Nigeria may be neither a permanent friend …

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Aug 25

WIKILEAKS: HOW THE US VIEWS GHANA

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 03 ACCRA 000483 SIPDIS SENSITIVE SIPDIS E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: BR CH ECON GH IN PGOV PHUM PREL RS SUBJECT: GHANA AT 50: A WORLD VIEW REF: A. ACCRA 285 ¶B. ACCRA 286 ¶C. ACCRA 314 ¶D. ACCRA 321 ¶1. (SBU) Summary: This is the seventh and final in a series …

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Aug 23

WHEN IS MIGHT RIGHT?

WHEN IS MIGHT RIGHT? By CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 23 August 2011 IF (as is said) Might is right, Then right should equal ‘more might’; Because (although not often said) Might isn’t quite right For each and every cause, Whereas Truth and its brother, Right, Serve all humanity’s cause © cd082011 It was quite unbelievable, …

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Oct 28

FULL TRANSCRIPT OF EX-PRESIDENT JOHN KUFUOR’S INTERVIEW WITH THE LONDON FINANCIAL TIMES

FT: Were you worried during that period [when the 2008 election result had not been declared]? Because some of your own supporters have suggested there was the very real threat of a coup during that period.
JK: The coup would have happened if I had ignored the electoral commission and declared an emergency… We had only about ten days… left to the constitutional deadline for transfer of power…[If I had stayed on under a state of emergency] the implication would have been that I had staged a coup!

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Oct 24

GNPC TEAMS UP WITH CHINA’S OIL COMPANY TO BID FOR KOSMOS?

THE LONDON FINANCIAL TIMES Ghana move for Kosmos oilfield stake By Martin Arnold, William Wallis and Leslie Hook Published: October 22 2010 19:08 | Last updated: October 22 2010 19:08 Ghana’s state-owned oil company has approached the private equity owners of Kosmos Energy about buying its stake in the west African country’s vast offshore Jubilee …

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