‘Dr Kwame Nkrumah: Of the Separation Thesis and the Raison D’être for the Institution of Legal Education in Ghana’ by Abudu dan Sokoto II.

Irregardless of the separation thesis (a major motif of legal positivism) and similar overgeneralised arguments made about law, this short essay is a testament to the symbiotic relationship between law and morality in Ghana. So, even if the separation thesis holds true in other jurisdictions, in Ghana, the law flows from morality. Dr Kwame Nkrumah […]

Centenary bond: An intergenerational justice perspective on Chinese overtures, natural resource use and public debt.  By Victor Azure

In 2016, China became the world’s largest economy, overtaking the United States of America, at least in purchasing power parity terms. China’s economy has grown in leaps and bounds over the last thirty years, in addition, its stature in world affairs has grown and so has its sphere of influence. Nowhere outside Asia is this […]

“A CASE OF COLD FEET OR A PLAY FOR TIME: A CHINK IN GHANA’S ARMOR AGAINST CORRUPTION” by Andrews Kweku Benin Aning

I stared in expectant silence as the lady walked slowly up to the podium and unrolled a sheet of paper. She gazed at the crowd and in a clear voice announced the eagerly awaited results. The crowd immediately jumped up in jubilation. The sheet of paper was the collated results of the 2016 presidential elections. […]