Author profile: Christopher Keith Johnson

Christopher Keith Johnson is based in Dhaka, Bangladesh where he works for the Solidarity Center, an allied organization of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). He lived and worked in South Africa and Nigeria respectively from 2007-2017 also with the Solidarity Center. He holds a Ph.D. from Temple University, a MSc from the University of Birmingham, and a M.A. from the University at Albany, SUNY. His written work has appeared in the Small Wars Journal, International Policy Digest, and Sahara Reporters. You can follow him on Twitter: @keithjohns1975.

The Impact of White Supremacy on US Foreign Policy towards Africa

The Impact of White Supremacy on US Foreign Policy towards Africa

America’s failure to confront its racial history, specifically white supremacy, will prevent it from making the most appropriate decisions about aid or policy,

No Security Required: The Danger of Boardroom-Driven Development

No Security Required: The Danger of Boardroom-Driven Development

We should be wary of buzzwords and trends in development, as ideas that make a great deal of sense in a boardroom are, at times, very difficult to justify in the field.

Post-Development and the Practitioner

Post-Development and the Practitioner

Post-development thinking interrogates the history, meaning, and motives of the development industry while forcing the development professional to change how they view the world.

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