Nuruddeen Mohammed Suleiman

The Afro-Asian conference held in Bandung, Indonesia in 1955 represented a hallmark that characterized the relationship of newly independent Asian and African nations. At the heart of the conference appeared was a passion for economic and political interdependence that could trigger a strategic alliance among nations across the two continents. Five decades following (2005), 106 nations converged in Indonesia to establish the New Asian-African Strategic Partnership, reminiscent of the Asia-Africa synergy from the ‘Spirit of Bandung’ in 1955, but  with a greater focus on economic ties. Consequently, bilateral and multilateral synergiesRead More