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Uganda Threatens China Railway Company Boss

AFRICANGLOBE - "You came here to do business, not politics; if you are not willing to cooperate, leave the country," Museveni reportedly told Dai Yang, the country head of China Civil Engineering and Construction Corporation, which lost a bid to construct a Standard Gauge Railway in Uganda.

Behind Yoweri Museveni’s Defiance Of The U.S. On South Sudan

AFRICANGLOBE - Besides Uganda’s security concerns, it has emerged that China’s economic interests in South Sudan is the main reason behind President Yoweri Museveni’s defiance of demands by the US and the Inter Governmental Authority on Development to withdraw his troops from the world’s youngest state.

Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda in Ambitious East Africa Development Plan

AFRICANGLOBE - President Museveni's first major meeting with Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta and Paul Kagame of Rwanda focused on agreeing to a memorandum of understanding to improve relations and enhance development of the three countries.

Museveni is Right: African Nations Worship the U.S.

AFRICANGLOBE - At last month’s African Union Heads of State Summit in Ethiopia, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni alleged that Africans had stopped worshipping God, and instead they were worshipping the United States.

Regional Implications of the Kenyan Elections

AFRICANGLOBE - Trade and security dominated regional calculations over the outcome of the Kenyan elections that were held on March 4, 2013, Kenya is east Africa's largest economy. It seems that Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni, now the region's senior mzee (Kiswahili for elder), harboured some concerns as he congratulated President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta.

Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni, a Regional Heavyweight

AFRICANGLOBE - A diplomat for the region and an autocrat on the home front, President Yoweri Museveni seeks to burnish Uganda's regional diplomatic credentials...

China Eyes Uganda’s Rail and Roadworks

President Yoweri Museveni yesterday held brief talks at State House Entebbe, with China's Defence Minister Gen. Liang Gaunglie and his delegation that is on a five day state visit to Uganda

Uganda’s Oil Can Support the Country’s Economy

For the past few weeks, Uganda's Parliament has been pre-occupied with oil postmortem. Both the members of the ruling party and the opposition agree on crucifying some people. They have generated more heat for themselves than light for Ugandans. The rest of us just look on in bewilderment. A Primary Seven son of a minister could only ask his father to resign. Are we witnessing institutional entropy?