31.8.2016 Dear Mr. President, Greetings Your Excellency! It is with great honor and humbleness that I am writing this letter to you. Thank you for reading it. Thank you for the work that you are doing for our beloved country, Tanzania. It is with great sacrifice that you have wholeheartedly given yourself to help Tanzanians move towards a better place…. Read more →
In the last general elections in Tanzania (2015), one of the questions that prevailed (to analysts) was whether some of the decisions made by the opposition coalition (UKAWA) were assets or liabilities?
Even before independence, Julius Nyerere envisioned Tanzania as a candle that will send rays of hope, etc across borders. In many ways, such as in Liberation struggles of Southern African states, Tanzania has lived this vision. Tanzania is a central regional player in ensuring security and stability in the region. She plays multiple roles in
In the last few days political drama scenes have been unfolding in British politics. I think it’s a manifestation of incremental societal and political forces that
Museveni has been declared the winner and he is the President elect of Uganda. He has been President for 30 years. While the votes were being counted yesterday, I posted
I am not sure if I’ve much authority (academic) to pose any analysis of the issues in the title. But given my disciplinary background (International Relations), I feel like throwing out some of what is battling in my mind:
Note from Aikande: I am proud to post this blog entry written by Castro Shirima, my former L.L.M (International Law with International Relations) student at Tumaini University-Makumira, Arusha. Castro is an excellent student and he is an Advocate and a District Magistrate in Arusha. Please read and comment…Thank you! For a long time I used to ask myself “how and… Read more →
In 2003/04, I was an exchange student at Kansai Gaidai in Osaka. It was a life changing experience for me. A program.
Every time, am trying to make my mind “nice” on #SDGs especially since the Pope was in the launch as well as their mentioning of inequality, responsible consumerism, and institutions…I can’t settle on the
So we have seen impressive and noble efforts by individuals, charities, business companies etc working so hard to contribute desks to our primary schools. Impressive indeed. As