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Democracy in Africa – When, Where and How?

Colonialist convinced once colonized African nations that democracy was the way, but who truly determines the definition of democracy and how did it appear in Africa?
http://globalfusionproductions.com/globalfusionist-blogs/does-democracy-in-africa-work-or-is-it-time-to-look-to-our-homegrown-form-of-governance/

The History and Evolution of Global Poverty.

Poverty did not develop over-night. It is a non-sustainable pile-up of inequalities
in a history driven by fear to become poor and managed by the rich for the rich.
http://docunow.blogspot.se/2013/06/poor-us-animated-history-of-poverty.html?m=1

Africa – Would Solving Poverty Lead to More Poverty?

How would new Africa look like? Africa is not the poorest continent on earth. Though there is poverty and hunger in Africa, it has a huge capital of natural resources, enough to provide sustainable socio-economic growth if properly managed. Trading Africa’s natural resources against its poverty and hunger is a short-sighted strategy. It would in the long-run lead to more poverty and hunger.
http://www.africaw.com/the-future-of-africa-the-new-africa

History of World Population

At the onset of the ancient Egyptian civilization the world population was somewhat more than 15 million people, i.e. the current population of the Netherlands only or fifth of the current of population of Egypt today. Ancient Egyptians had therefore enough natural resources to create a civilization on their own and within their boundaries. So, peak population had passed very long time ago!
http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/history/world-population-growth.htm