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The African continent is mostly reported as a land of poverty, civil strife and endless lines of begging hands. Problems facing the continent are portrayed and communicated mostly by foreign eyes through the monopoly-controlled news media.
By publishing African Agenda, Third World Network Africa aims to provide a different, more complex and nuanced perspective. Open your eyes and ears to an African perspective on critical issues such as trade, the environment, gender and sustainable development.

Bretton Woods Institutions: from solution to problem

Developing countries experienced multiple crises due to “deficiencies in the design and execution of the reform strategies” by the institutions contend *Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram July 2019 saw the 75th anniversary of the historic conference of 44...

Industrial policy finally legitimate?

The IMF and the World Bank may be about to acknowledge the role of industrial policy and government investment among others in accelerated development as two of their own staff have proven it, writes *Jomo Kwame Sundaram For decades,...