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- "Africa is a very attractive destination for investment": "we know that multinationals in Africa are making returns on investment unparalleled in any part of the world, maybe equalled only in China and India; so Africa is a very attractive destination for investment," says Haiko Alfeld, (above), director for Africa at the World Economic Forum, in this interview with New African's Stuart Price.
- "Iraqi war is illegal and morally wrong": "if the only superpower regards itself as above the law, then it has the potential of releasing everybody from the law," says Judge Richard Goldstone.
- "The land has come back".
- "What we have done here is like the rabbit chasing the dog".
- 'Africa was of no strategic benefit'.
- 'But sir, Christ himself never went to university': "young man, have you studied theology? Have you studied philology? Have you studied ethics? Have you studied philosophy?" Ayi Kwei Armah relives his days at Achimota School and a particular brutal encounter with an American Religious Knowledge teacher.
- 'Every prime minister needs a Willie' indeed: "diplomacy without arms is like music without instruments"--Malcolm Rif kind, former British cabinet minister.
- 'How Stephen Lawrence's murder nearly happened to us': in the wake of the Stephen Lawrence murder conviction in December, 18 years after the black youth was killed by racist hooligans in London, our associate editor Clayton Goodwin, shares his family's harrowing first-hand experience of racism, which nearly took his own mixed-race son's life just a few minutes from the place where Stephen Lawrence met his brutal death.
- 'I'm happy to see Liberia again': Alfred Romann joins a UN convoy taking Liberian refugees home from Sierra Leone. It's a hard three-day journey, but the end--being back home--justifies the bumpy ride.
- 'Lagos style is fresh and different.