Sep
17

CAN THE ICC HALT GHANA’S INEXORABLE MARCH TOWARDS NATIONAL, ‘SELF-INFLICTED GENOCIDE’?

GHANAIANS PLAGUED BY THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY GALAMSEY CAN NOW TAKE THEIR CASE TO THE ICC! By CAMERON DUODU The International Criminal Court (ICC) was established under a multilateral treaty called the “ Rome Statute” which was adopted on 17 July 1998 and entered into force on1 July 2002. It is based in the Hague,… Continue reading »

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Jun
27

THE ICC AND INTRA-AFRICAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS By CAMERON DUODU

THE ICC AND INTRA-AFRICAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS By CAMERON DUODU   A lot of abuse has been heaped on the head of the South African Government for allowing President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan to leave South Africa on 15 June 2015, whilst a South African court was still considering a complaint from a South African NGO… Continue reading »

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Aug
07

ALL HAIL BRILLIANT BRITANNIA

ALL HAIL BRILLIANT BRITANNIA By CAMERON DUODU   When London was chosen – on 6 July 2005 – to stage the Olympic Games in 2012, not a few people thought the Games were going to the wrong city.   The Olympic Games are meant to demonstrate that despite differences in race and culture, the human… Continue reading »

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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,… Continue reading »

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