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In 1990, there were about 20 wars going on simultaneously in Africa but by 2010, there were only four ongoing wars and this is a big success story for AU1. AU’s first mission was deployed in Burundi where the transition to self-rule was characterized by ethnic violence between the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority.


Beginning in early 2011, mass public protests swept much of the Arab world, bringing a mix of hope, sadness, and foreboding for the future, this became known as the “Arab Spring”, and sometimes as the “Arab Spring and Winter”, “Arab Awakening” or “Arab Uprisings” even though not all the participants in the protests were Arabs.


In attempting to answer the above question on learning style dimensions: field independence and field dependence, we will first and foremost look at the meaning of learning, what learning style is all about. So as to give us a clearer view, when we look at one of the learning style dimensions.


This research work seeks to identify the philosophy of VIRGIL ALDRICH, an American philosopher, and it also attempts a critique of his view on the philosophy of language. Aldrich, as Philosopher of Arts, distinguished between works of art and natural objects of aesthetic interest.


I still maintain that the survival of our culture and tradition is in the hands of our women. They are the ones that can easily teach them to the kids. Why then do we sideline women in our traditional and cultural activities/practices?


A man once had an accident and was rushed to the hospital, a woman rushed to the scene and seeing the car had a striking resemblance to her husband’s car was tensed and afraid until she saw the man involved and realized it wasn’t her husband.


Philosophy is a discipline that puts forward fundamental inquiries — without necessarily addressing them — about the experience of human beings. This post provides philosophical reflections concerning The Roles and Importance of Philosophy in Human Affairs. The Roles and Importance Read more…


As a revolutionist, I still maintain that there are areas of our culture that need to be discarded. Last week, a case was brought to my attention, it was about a woman who the brother-in-laws accused of resuming her business Read more…


This is about a million times I am coming across people wondering what will happen to them when they are no more (dead). A lot of people I have met dread death so much that they would give anything to Read more…


Japan like other people has been shaped in large part by the law in which they live. Its location, climate and natural endowment are unchangeable facts that have set limits to their development and helped gave it specific direction but Read more…


An alliance is a relationship among people, groups, or states that have joined together for mutual benefit or to achieve some common purpose, whether or not explicit agreement has been worked out among them. Members of an alliance are called Read more…


Oriental religions are the religions from the East. The Eastern religions are the religions originating in East, South and Southeast Asia and thus having dissimilarities with Western religions.


This research work is an attempt to Examine the Epistemological Nature of Scientific and Religious Knowledge. The researcher tries to look at the concepts of knowledge, epistemology as a theory of knowledge, science, religions before proceeding to look at the epistemology nature of scientific and religious knowledge respectively.


The study seeks to examine the aesthetic role of Princess Inikpi, a historical icon of the Igala people of Kogi State. In doing this, the researcher went further to investigate the role she played, which made her a historical and Read more…


The importance of the agricultural sector in reducing poverty and serving as an engine of growth was demonstrated throughout the Green Revolution in Asia, particularly in India and China. Africa cannot bypass this development pathway, as the bulk of the African population lives in rural areas.