JESSE EISINGER writing for NYT on Mark Zuckerberg’s latest announcement: Of course, nobody thinks our government representatives do a good job of allocating resources. Politicians — a bunch of bums! Maybe Mr. Zuckerberg will make wonderful decisions, ones I would personally be happy with. Maybe not. He blew his $100 million donation to the Newark […]

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My latest op-ed for the Guardian. On a few ideas the international development complex can utilize to reach voices at the end of the development mile. This was published as part of the Action/2015 push aimed at mobilizing global participation in the “post 2015” development agenda. If you haven’t noticed, we are now in a […]

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The son of a Maasai warrior takes down the Warrior Princess author, requests a public apology from Mindy Budgor. Disrespecting integrity of one of Africa’s greatest people is unacceptable. Soiling the institution of Maasai warriorhood by claiming to be a warrior in a record three months’ stay with the Maasai is like a kindergartener graduating from […]

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The MI prize is the definition of wagging a stick in front of dying dogs instead of throwing it at the puppies nipping at your heels. For the fourth time in five years, a prestigious multimillion-dollar prize offered annually to African leaders for good government went unawarded on Monday, renewing questions about the stringency of […]

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“We are losing a lot of this capital that we need as a result of everything we throw out of the continent through illegal means and there is an estimate that the continent loses annually at least fifty billion dollars every year through illicit capital outflow,” he said. If this is an accurate estimate, then […]

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