G8 - It must be Africans who rescue Africa from the mire into which it has sunk
Browse through the G8 communiques of yesteryear and what strikes you is not so much the broken promises - though a few catch the eye - as the hubris.
G8 - The International Monetary Fund's very ideology runs counter to developing nations' needs: it i
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