This week’s column is made up from Fiona Hill’s autobiography entitled There is Nothing Here For You: Finding Opportunity in the 21st Century and President Joe Biden...
As over 100 world leaders and more than 20,000 delegates from across the world converged on Glasgow for the 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) climate change conference that kicked off yesterday...
President Barack Obama in his first official visit to Sub-Saharan in 2009, during his renowned speech at Ghanaian parliament, urged Africa to build strong institutions. He said, “Africa does not need strong men. It needs strong institutions.” The need for strong institutions with regulatory prowess to uphold rule of law, ensure efficiency and easy of…
Ahead of the 2023 presidential elections, the clamour for the zoning of the presidency has intensified. The zoning arrangement in the fourth Republic has a unique historical antecedent
Barack Obama has scaled back plans for a big 60th birthday party this weekend, paring down a guest list of the rich and famous numbering in the hundreds due to the spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday renewed pledges to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, while acknowledging it was difficult to predict when it would happen.
Former US president Barack Obama has spoken with Manchester United forward and campaigner Marcus Rashford, praising him for the work he has done on social issues.
President Joe Biden hopes to give a shot of adrenaline to the planet's sluggish fight against climate change with an Earth Day summit but a question lingers -- can the United States be trusted to lead?
Reviving the Iran nuclear deal would seem like a simple task for US President Joe Biden. Iran wants him to lift sanctions in exchange for Tehran's return to compliance.
Sarah Obama, the grandmother of former US President Barack Obama, has died aged 99 in western Kenya, her daughter told AFP Monday.
Violence against people of Asian descent "must end," former US president Barack Obama said Wednesday after a series of shootings in the Atlanta area left six Asian women dead.