Tag: international relations
It was a tricky global environment when Boutros Boutros-Ghali became the secretary-general of the United Nations in 1992. The world was emerging from the Cold War and countries were redefining relationships with each other. He navigated a new path for the organisation.
As US President Barack Obama makes an official visit to Kenya and Ethiopia next week, the two East African nations will have a chance to use the media spotlight to showcase the investment opportunities they offer. The US, in turn, could also gain from the trip.
Brand South Africa and Brand Ghana are hosting a dialogue in the capital of Accra this week on building competitive African nation brands. At the same time, the South Africa Incorporated research project is also in the West African country to find out what they think about us. Here’s how the two countries fare in some of the more important economic indicators.
Ghanaian and South African officials, business people, students and civil society will meet in Accra to thrash out ways to build competitive African nation brands. It will look at active citizenship as necessary for economic growth. The dialogue takes place against flat economic competitiveness on the continent as a whole.