“You belong to Joseph Kony”: How Dominic Ongwen and others became child soldiers

27th January 2017 Online Editor 0

By Ledio Cakaj Testimony from a former child soldier of the Lord’s Resistance Army highlights the moral and human complexity of Ongwen’s case at the ICC. […]

Ethiopia’s Most Important Religious Manuscripts Now in Washington, D.C.

23rd January 2017 Online Editor 0

By FREDRICK NGUGI The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., is now home to some of Ethiopia’s most important religious manuscripts after they were […]

Three lessons about Burundi’s crisis from speaking to those who fled it

22nd January 2017 Online Editor 0

Richard Moncrieff Burundi’s 327,000 refugees are not mere victims but also active citizens, many remaining actively engaged in the country’s problems. Burundi will soon mark […]

U.N. Body Investigating Guyana’s Ex-President For Crimes Against Humanity

19th January 2017 I.K. Cush 0

The Real African|| By I.K. Cush Seventeen years ago, an African Guyanese citizen, Frantz Britton, aka, Collie Wills, was kidnapped and presumed murdered by Guyana’s […]