Things change, fall apart and renew while shaping my global brand!

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By Kazi Mohua I often think about the reason for our existence in this universe. What is the main reason that creates our sense of being? Is it being successful or making our… Continue reading

Branding yourself – except it`s not you

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In the world of social media, where life goes through a camera multiple times a day, everybody gets a chance to reinvent themselves. Creating your global self is like a second chance. You… Continue reading

The Global Me? No, first the Local Me!

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“We are citizens of the world. The tragedy of our times is that we do not know this”   The US President Woodrow Wilson said these words in 1919. And 100 years later,… Continue reading

Samson solution to terrorism

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Samson solution to terrorism By Paul Nyongesa Terrorists do not seem to have boundaries of what is sacred and what is not. For them, it is evident that all is fair game as… Continue reading

Millennial’s parenting in the Era of Social Media

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As I am thinking about “ Global me,” I am scrolling down my Facebook profile, the only social media window that I check on a regular basis. For me, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram… Continue reading

Rebrand Yourself in a Globalised Era

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The world is flat, as stated by Thomas Friedman. What Friedman means by flat is connected. Today, this trend goes even further. The lowering of political barriers accompanying with digital technology revolution has… Continue reading

Twitter analytics

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On September 15th, 2017,  I attended the 90- minute MASTERY lecture about twitter analytics and it was very useful to me personally. I decided to write about what I have learnt to share… Continue reading

New premise, new road for War on Terror

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Since 9/11, the United States and its allies’ military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan and domestic counter-terrorism efforts has come at a tremendous cost to the civilian populations on both sides of the… Continue reading

Talk to a Terrorist and Give Peace a Chance

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Having been only six years old when the 9/11 terrorist attack took place in New York City, my experience and understanding of that event is largely molded by bearing witness to the political… Continue reading

Thoughts on Terrorism from the Post-9/11 Generation

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In our last Humphrey Seminar class, I was one of the few people who shook my head when Dr. Silcock asked whether or not we remembered the events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.… Continue reading

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