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Njoroge Wachai

Kenya

Njoroge is a journalist who formerly worked for the Kenya-based People Daily. He was Africa Correspondent for the Science and Development Network (SciDev.net), a UK-based web site highlighting science and technology issues from developing countries. He also freelanced for the Switzerland-based Bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO). Njoroge was a press fellow at the Wolfson College, University of Cambridge for four months in 2003, where he researched the role of alternative press in the democratization process in Africa. Njoroge currently lives in the U.S. He has studied Journalism and Technical Communication at the graduate level. Close.

Njoroge Wachai

Kenya

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August 2008 Archives



August 12, 2008 2:43 PM

Russia's Dangerous Hypocrisy

The UN Security Council should now reintroduce its draft resolution to punish Zimbabwe's autocratic leader Robert Mugabe, and 11 of his henchmen, that Russia helped defeat on the grounds that it "infringed on Zimbabwe's sovereignty."

Why? Because Russia has invaded Georgia, a sovereign nation, which now renders the key foundation of its argument against the Zimbabwe resolution, moot.

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August 21, 2008 11:21 AM

The "Morons" Are in Moscow

Which country between Russia and Georgia breeds more nincompoops? Since August 7, when Georgia tried to force - albeit unsuccessfully - the renegade South Ossetia province back to central administration, the two countries have been trading verbal jabs.

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