Lyndon Sam is a budding thought leader and social entrepreneur from Ghana. He holds a BA in Political Science from Yale University, where he was an Alexander P. Hixon Fellow, and has experience in policy analysis, research and commercial litigation. He writes from New Haven, Connecticut.
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I recently stumbled upon an argument on Facebook that was started by the claim that, from a GDP perspective, Africa was irrelevant on the global scene.… Read more »