Soon after arriving in Oslo, my taxi zigzagged through the city's well-organized streets and state-of-the-art infrastructure. Large billboards advertised the world's leading brands in fashion, cars, and perfumes. Yet, amid all the expressions of wealth and plenty, an electronic sign by a bus stop flashed the images of poor-looking African children
Liberating Africa from Poverty Requires Changing Power Relations with the West
The elevated political discourse emanating from African leaders and intellectuals gives one hope that the supposedly ‘poor’ continent is plotting an escape from the grip of western domination.