Category: Opinion

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Spycraft and Statecraft

Transforming the CIA for an Age of Competition – By William J. Burns For as long as countries have kept secrets from one another, they have tried to steal them from one another. Espionage has...

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On Landed Property – Femi Akinwumi

One investment that could assist your early retirements in life is buying lands passively and holding it just as store of value. This is one area I have done so poorly despite my early...

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The Virtues of Restraint

Why the Use of Force Is Rarely a Sufficient Response to Terrorism – By Shivshankar Menon After Hamas’s horrific terrorist attack on Israel on October 7, it seemed inevitable that Israel would retaliate in devastating...

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Finally – Frank Ofili

The Supreme Court of Nigeria on Thursday upheld President Bola Tinubu’s election win, bringing to an end, a legal challenge brought by Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, who argued that his victory was...

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The Million Dollar Question

In 1999 I could travel from Benin City to Warri and back three or four times in a day. Today I dare not contemplate it. In 1997 I travelled from Warri to Lagos and...

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On Israel-Gaza War – frank Ofili

Aljazeera appears to be giving a more comprehensive and balanced coverage of the Israel-Gaza war than western media. Both sides have committed war crimes, but BBC, CNN, and the like are accusing only Hamas....

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The Imperative of Deadline – Ugo Egbujo

Without deadlines Many people will achieve nothing, So, form a habit of using personal deadlines. Because time is finite Some folks chased the Jamb cut off marks for medicine and law and lost years....