I N DECEMBER 2017 the Democratic Republic of Congo was in ferment. Joseph Kabila, then the president, seemed to be weighing whether or not to stand in an election, even though he should have left office a year before, having served two full terms, his limit under the country’s constitution. In Kinshasa, the capital, Mr Kabila’s allies remarked casually that perhaps the president would stand again.
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I’ve been teaching economics to undergraduates for almost a decade, and I always find primary textbooks to be too insufficient and dry to consider a course complete. So, as many professors will do, I ... Read more
Twenty years have passed since the tragic death of Matthew Shepard who was beaten, tortured and left for dead because he was gay. Matthew Shepard's mom speaks about the political and social climate in ... Read more
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President Trump Tuesday addressed his recent ‘health scare’ during his ‘homecoming’ rally in Sunrise, Florida. Trump told the crowd that he has a “gorgeous chest” and denied rumors that he has heart p ... Read more
MUTUAL GROWTH/ BANKKB KOOKMIN BANKSouth Korea’s leading lender KB Kookmin Bank has been supporting early-stage entrepreneurs by conducting a mentoring and consulting program called KB Soho Mento ... Read more
Top Democrat Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) invited President Trump to the House show trials next week in the House Judiciary Committee. President Trump will have no opportunity to defend himself from the l ... Read more