Mar
13

the public and secret faces of diplomacy

THE PUBLIC AND SECRET FACES OF DIPLOMACY By CAMERON DUODU     I am pretty sure that President John Atta Mills enjoyed his visit to the USA tremendously. President Barack Obama is a very cultivated person and even a few minutes in his company – especially on his own patch — must be enviable, to… Continue reading »

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Feb
21

GHANA’S POLITICIANS MUST REALISE THAT THEY ARE BEING WATCHED

The Ghanaian Times 21st February, 2012 THE ENEMIES OF DEMOCRACY ARE WATCHING YOU, POLITICIANS OF GHANA! By Cameron Duodu In an article entitled “What exactly is ‘misconduct’, published on 24th January 2012, I spelt out for our body-politic, the perilous nature of the situation in which its leadership had placed itself, with the unfolding of the… Continue reading »

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Jan
11

THE GUN CULTURE IN THE US; SHOULD GHANA DISTANCE ITSELF FROM ECOWAS

Not too many Americans seem worried, either, that in 2009 – the latest year for which detailed statistics are available – there were 13,636 murders in the US, 9,146 of which were caused by firearms…..
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Now, I don’t at all want the Ivory Coast to be invaded! But I am sure that if Gbagbo became aware that a serious and credible military threat existed against him, the deterrent effect that would have on him would be considerable. Unless he is bent on suicide, he must take notice. He must remember what happened to Saddam Hussein.

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Nov
01

THE JOURNALIST WHO CAUGHT THE ARMAJARO SMUGGLER

…when Barack Obama visited Ghana in July 2009 on his first trip to sub-Saharan Africa, he singled out Anas in his address to the Ghanaian parliament for “risk[ing] his life to report the truth.”

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