Norsk næringsliv tjener store penger i Angola. Statoil alene betaler 30 milliarder kroner i skatt til den angolanske staten hvert år. Men bidrar det til utvikling?

Store penger, tett tåke: Norge, Statoil & Angola

Oljelandet Angola er Norges største økonomiske samarbeidspartner i Afrika. Men bidrar norske investeringer til utvikling i det korrupte landet? Fellesrådet for Afrika og Chr. Michelsens Institutt (CMI) arrangerer en serie seminarer og debatter om Norges engasjement i Angola i tre norske byer 19.-23. september. Les mer >

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Angola-dager i september: Norway and Angola - the perfect partnership? © Magnus Flacké

Angola-dager i september: Norway and Angola - the perfect partnership?

Angola er Norges klart viktigste økonomiske samarbeidspartner i Afrika sør for Sahara, men bidrar norske investeringer til utvikling? I september arrangerer Fellesrådet for Afrika og Chr. Michelsens Institutt (CMI) seminarer og debatter om Angola og Norge i Oslo, Bergen og Stavanger.

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Dette skjer

22.9.2014

Seminar: Hvordan kan Statoil og Norge bidra positivt i land som Angola?

Sted: Auditoriet på Stortinget (rom N-116), Oslo
22.9.2014

Bokbad med José Eduardo Agualusa

Sted: Eldorado Bokhandel, Torggata 9 A , Oslo
23.9.2014

Heldagskonferanse: Angola and Norway – the perfect partnership?

Sted: Konferansesenteret KS Agenda, Haakon VIIs gate 9, Oslo
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Patrick Gathara

Patrick Gathara

Who Today Speaks Of The Kenyans?

When, following the Second World War, the surviving Nazi and Japanese leaders, were arraigned in military courts to face charges of, amongst others, crimes against humanity, Chief Prosecutor Robert Jackson described the trials as “one of the most important tributes that Power has ever paid to Reason”. However, given that only crimes of the Axis Powers could be tried and that it was not a defense to argue that the Allies had done many of the same things the Axis Powers were being accused of, "one of the most important tributes that Power has ever paid to Reason” turned out to be little more than victors' justice.

Last week, nearly seventy years after Nuremberg, we witnessed another example of victors’ justice in a crimes against humanity trial. International Criminal Court prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, surprised no one with the admission that the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta with regard to the 2007/8 post election violence had practically collapsed. It perhaps was never a strong case to begin with and the ICC’s dismal track record in securing convictions does not inspire much confidence.  However, it would be hard to deny that the death knell for the case was… ( Read on! )
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