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Bill of Indictment Against “Human Rights Philosophy” 

👤Mekki Center 🕔25.May 2018

              By Makki Elmorgabi Why the bill of indictment, and why against Human Rights Philosophy; not just against what the pretenders of the philosophy practice. Pretenders are advocates and activists, some of whom are deceivers, and some are dreamers.   The problem is not simply in the practice, but […]

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East Africa Smells the Coffee and Moves to Expand the Market of “the Brown Gold”

👤Mekki Center 🕔7.Mar 2018

Starting with Uganda, which led in performance, recording a 36 per cent growth in production, more than double that of Rwanda and Ethiopia — at 17.6 and and 16.3 per cent, respectively, the region did well for itself Read news from The East African

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Which is better for Africa Wind Mills or Solar Plates?!

👤Mekki Center 🕔5.May 2017

 Which is better for Africa Wind Mills or Solar Plates?! Both are good and needed, but for Africa and underdeveloped countries, wind energy is prior because: 1\ Wind mills are easily to be manufactured or assembled; the technology is not that complicated like solar-electric plates. Some would say it is not difficult to localize solar […]

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Business in Africa is not risky!

👤Mekki Center 🕔26.Jul 2016

The Daily Paragraph – Mekki Elmograbi 2016-07-24 Business in Africa is not risky! Corruption is not just in Africa, even in first world countries the practice is the same of Africa but “human rights – coated”. If you are running very big business, you should dedicate your donation for specific political organizations “claiming that they […]

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This is Djibouti that I know! (1)

👤Mekki Center 🕔16.May 2015

This is Djibouti that I know?! (1) By\ Mekki Elmograbi   Djibouti visit was the last station in “Kerry’s East African tour – May 2015” after Kenya and Somalia. It was the first ever visit for a U.S. Secretary of State to the Horn of Africa. Associated Press published very interesting article on the visit, […]

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The Politicized “Human Rights Campaign” against Ethiopia! (1)

👤Mekki Center 🕔13.May 2015

 The Politicized “Human Rights Campaign” against Ethiopia! (1)  By\ Mekki Elmograbi   A proverb helped me to understand the controversial international intervention justified by human rights and against human rights in the same time; “wet blanket is not a blanket”! The meaning could be understandable in the context of the “clash of civilizations” between Western […]

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What do you know about PIDA?

👤Mekki Center 🕔13.May 2015

What do you know about PIDA? By\ Mekki Elmograbi The assembly of African heads of state and government on 26th May 2013 at African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, was historical not just because it marked the Golden Jubilee of the African Union but also because it adopted the declaration of Africa’s long term national […]

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The 17th COMESA Summit Kinshasa February 2014

COMESA 18 – Addis Ababa (1) …… photos and tales from COMESA 17

👤Mekki Center 🕔21.Mar 2015

By\ Mekki Elmograbi COMESA 18 – Addis Ababa (1) Before we comment on the upcoming summit let us have some tales from the previous one; the handover speech of the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni at the 17th summit in Kinshasa was comprehensive and straightforward but a little bit funny! As expected, Museveni didn’t miss the […]

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Djibouti, the Pomegranate of the Scale in East Africa (1)

👤Mekki Center 🕔11.Jan 2015

Djibouti, the Pomegranate of the Scale in East Africa (1) By: Mekki Elmograbi The leadership of this small country has committed itself to wise and balanced policy in a surrounding full of conflicts. It has succeeded in employing the unique geographical location, where modern ports and investments – in stony and arid lands – are […]

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South Sudan and U.S. “Moral Trusteeship”!

👤Mekki Center 🕔8.Dec 2014

South Sudan and U.S. “Moral Trusteeship”! By\ Mekki Elmograbi Last January, I wrote an article under the title “American Proposal: South Sudan must be under American Trusteeship”. It wasn’t my own dream or “nightmare”, it was a real proposal published by New York Times, the article said “It Needs to be Put Under U.S.-led Trusteeship”, […]

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