The Republicans can rise again. What they need is a strategy for a comeback
U.S.-educated former president convicted of helping commit ‘most heinous and brutal crimes recorded in human history’
The campaign to ‘make Kony famous’ is actually celebrating Kony’s crimes, not helping victims
A large-scale US intervention would only make things worse.
Sen. Inhofe: I’m ‘hoping and praying that this is the year we get him’
Uganda’s global PR machinery whitewashes a thuggish president’s record.
Alleged human rights abuses committed abroad by companies looking to tap into the emerging carbon credit market
‘You know what Code Pink’s doing right now? They’re in Ft. Lauderdale. Where is the anti-left movement? No, they’re playing shuffle board’
Arizona senator disappointed in White House for not consulting Congress, calls Obama ‘the least communicative’ of four presidents he has served under
East Africa is a national security and foreign policy hot spot for the US.
Uganda’s military spokesman says that the number of soldiers in the violent rebel group has dwindled to the low hundreds
How many raped, tortured and dead will it take before President Obama stops his anti-Bush rhetoric long enough to do the right thing?
The troops will fight al-Qaida-linked militants of the Al-Shabab group in retaliation for the World Cup bombings
The July 11 bombings in Uganda carried out by the al Qaeda-linked group al Shabaab exposed the global terror threat emerging in the Horn of Africa – a region also plagued by destitution and authoritarian rule
The attack demonstrates al Shabaab’s capability to follow up on its threats to strike internationally and its desire to remove barriers to its control of southern and central Somalia. The attack also contributes to al Shabaab’s goal of receiving recognition from al Qaeda
Eighteen months into the Obama Administration, there is precious little to praise. Africa is fighting the same enemies we fear in the United States.
Investigators found an unexploded suicide vest with ball bearings in a disco hall in Uganda’s capital
A police official says the death toll from bomb blasts that hit two sites in Uganda as people watched the World Cup final late Sunday has risen to 64
As the death toll rises due to drinking illegal alcohol, attempts surface to develop safe and affordable alternatives