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2009

Amadu Jacky Kaba

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“Gender And Economic Progress: The Contributions Of Female Geniuses In The United States”, Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2009

“Gender And Economic Progress: The Contributions Of Female Geniuses In The United States”, Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

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."Population Increase, Environment, Food Access And Development In Africa: The Role Of The African Union,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2009

."Population Increase, Environment, Food Access And Development In Africa: The Role Of The African Union,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

This paper examines the impact of the massive population increase in Africa in the post World War II era and the environmental challenges the continent confronts in trying to feed such a high number of people. The paper is divided into three sections. The first section examines the demographics of Africa, which show that the continent has increased its total population by 750 million people from 1950 to 2008. The second section of this paper then presents arguments by scholars pertaining to the environmental challenges, especially for agriculture, facing Africa as it finds ways to feed this massive number of ...


"Demographics And Profile: The Most Cited Black Scholars In The Social Sciences, Arts And Humanities,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2009

"Demographics And Profile: The Most Cited Black Scholars In The Social Sciences, Arts And Humanities,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

This study presents a quantitative examination of the demographics and profile of the 2009 Journal of Blacks in Higher Education annual study of the most cited Black scholars in the Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities in the United States. Among the variables examined in this study are institution of employment, academic department, institution of terminal or highest academic degree attainment and academic major, geographic region of employment and where terminal degrees were attained, types of degrees, and year of graduation with terminal or highest degree.


."Explaining President Barack Obama’S First Visit To Africa (Egypt): Three Phenomena Of Africa And Africans As The Core Of U.S.-Arab/Muslim Relations,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2009

."Explaining President Barack Obama’S First Visit To Africa (Egypt): Three Phenomena Of Africa And Africans As The Core Of U.S.-Arab/Muslim Relations,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

On June 4, 2009 U.S. President Barack Obama delivered a highly anticipated speech on U.S.-Arab / Muslim relations in Egypt, Africa. The selection of Egypt as the venue for a speech that was planned for many months, was a strategic one. Why Africa? Why Egypt? To answer those questions, I have come up with three phenomena that I think are crucial to that decision. The first phenomenon is that geographically, Africa has been the land where the vast majority of all Arabs in the world reside. The second phenomenon is that in 2001 and in 2009, Africa is ...


."Africa’S Development In The Era Of Barack Obama: The Role Of The African Union,", Amadu Jacky Kaba Jan 2009

."Africa’S Development In The Era Of Barack Obama: The Role Of The African Union,", Amadu Jacky Kaba

Amadu Jacky Kaba

This paper examines Africa’s development in the President Barack Obama era. The paper makes an argument for a stronger federal African Union (AU). It argues that the sooner member states of the AU give to the organization a significant portion of their sovereignty the better equipped it will become in seeking a better life for the people of the continent and also compete in the international arena. The paper presents eight strategic goals that the AU could implement to improve the lives of Africans. Finally, the paper calls for President Barack Obama to continue where his two immediate predecessors ...