Mar
22

WHY THE OBAMA-CUBAN RAPPROCHEMENT OUGHT TO SUCCEED

Why The Obama-Cuba Rapprochement Ought To Succeed By Cameron Duodu President Barack Obama has shown remarkable courage in visiting Cuba and holding frank discussions with the Cuban Government on how to improve relations between the two countries at a practical level. Cuba and the US used to be very good friends. Havana harbour was once… Continue reading »

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Jun
30

TOO MUCH ”SECRECY” BY SCIENTISTS LEADS TO PUBLIC DISTRUST

http://www.ghanaiantimes.com.gh/when-scientists-become-too-secretive/  TOO MUCH “SECRECY”  BY SCIENTISTS By CAMERON DUODU   The Ghanaian Times 30 June 2015   THE most regrettable thing about the controversy that has broken out over the Ebola vaccination  trial,  designated to take place in Ghana is that it has demonstrated  the inability of some in our scientific community to comprehend the… Continue reading »

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Jun
16

KUDOS TO THE GHANA ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

KUDOS TO THE GHANA ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES By CAMERON DUODU If there is a dangerous person in the world, it is an “educated person” who behaves like an illiterate. This is because when one is dealing with an illiterate person, one makes allowances for the opportunities the illiterate person may not have been… Continue reading »

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May
03

IS MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES SUPERSEDING THE UN’S HUMANITARIAN AGENCIES?

  IS MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES SUPERSEDING THE HUMANITARIAN AGENCIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS ? By CAMERON DUODU During the distressing Ebola crisis in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, which, thankfully, is now drawing to a close, one organisation stood out distinctly amongst other organisations and purveyed light and vigour, while others remained “blind” and “indolent”.… Continue reading »

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Apr
25

TEARING THE MASK OFF THE UGLY FACE OF AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS

TEARING THE MASK OFF THE UGLY FACE OF AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS By CAMERON DUODU In what must count as one of my worst nightmares, a grandchild of mine calls me just after having watched the news on TV and says: “Grandpa, they say 800 people – many of them Africans – were drowned in the Mediterranean… Continue reading »

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