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Social Media: Africa: East Africa

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for the Africa/East Africa Region

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Reaffirmation of Islamic Philanthropy: a reflection

Discussion of Islamic philanthropy and the Global Donors Forum.  By Abukar Arman.  (04/29/2014)

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Connecting the Dots in the Triangle of Threat
Connecting the Dots in the Triangle of Threat
Is the triangle of Somalia, Kenya, and Ethopia an impending crisis area? By Abukar Arman. Read More...


Marginalization of the Somali Intellectual Class
Marginalization of the Somali Intellectual Class
Author analyzes the marginalization of the Somali intellectual class and its effects. By Abukar Arman (12/22/2011) Read More...


Economics: The Key to Stopping Terrorism in East Africa
Economics: The Key to Stopping Terrorism in East Africa
Author presents case fo abating terrorism in East Africa through economic growth. By Matthew Bush. (IA-Forum, 10/02/2010) Read More...


Combating Terrorism in East Africa: An Economic Approach
Combating Terrorism in East Africa: An Economic Approach
Author presents economic approaches to combat Islamist terrorism in East Africa. By Matthew Bush. (09/15/2010) Read More...


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HIV/AIDS and Human Security: A Focus on Women and Economic Security in Southern Africa
Author analyzes the AIDS/HIV issue in southern Africa and offers policy recommendations towards combating its effect there. By Elizabeth Armstrong-Mensah, PhD. (04/21/2010) Read More...


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Bilateral donors and aid conditionality in post-conflict peacebuilding
Exploring the role of bilateral donors and conditional aid in Mozambique’s successful post-war peace process. By Carrie Manning and Monica Malbrough. (Journal of Modern African Studies - 2010) Read More...


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Why Somalia Matters
With the world facing innumerable political and humanitarian crises, Mwangi S. Kimenyi of the Brookings Institution explains why we must fix the failed state of Somalia. Read More...


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What Do We Really Know About Somalia?
Somalia is often in the news, especially stories about Somali pirates, but it must be conceded that the U.S. does not have a deep understanding of Somalia. By Matt Scanlon (Diplomatic Courier, 08/11/2... Read More...


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Piracy: A Symptom of Somalia's Deeper Problems
A long-term solution to piracy hinges on improving stability and bolstering Somali authorities with which the U.S. can work to advance mutual interests, including clamping down on piracy. By Brett D. ... Read More...


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Madagascar: Roots Of Turmoil
The coup that ousted Madagascar's elected president reflects political and social tensions related to the island's colonial legacy, says Stephen Ellis. (Open Democracy, 03/23/2009) Read More...


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The African in Him
A Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1984, Desmond Tutu who is a archbishop of Cape Town in South Africa came to USA and received an interview. He is talking about what today's world wants. (The Atlantic, 01... Read More...


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Uganda’s Smart Protectionism
For too long, African governments have listened to the siren song of free trade - and have suffered from too much openness, not too little, writes G. Pascal Zachary . (Project Syndicate, 09/02/2008) Read More...


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Ballots vs. Bullets in Kenya and Zimbabwe
In countries like Zimbabwe and Kenya, bolstering African institutions and pressuring them to uphold their protocols on human rights, elections and good governance is the best path to democracy. By Bri... Read More...


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Beyond the Fragile Peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea
The Ethiopia-Eritrea impasse carries a major source of instability in the Horn of Africa region and risks a new deadly war. (Crisis Group, 06/17/2008) Read More...


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Somalia Slipping Away
The author discusses the issues of refugees, violence, and lack of security in Somalia. Additionally, the author highlights the Ethiopian desire to pull its troops out of the conflict-ridden nation, ... Read More...


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The UN’s Tyrant-Friendly Bureaucracy
The author describes Zimbabwe’s appointment to the head of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development and explains why this is problematic given the current state of affairs in the African nation. ... Read More...


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A Four-Step Recovery Plan for Zimbabwe
The author suggests four initial reforms that would help repair and resurrect the Zimbabwean economy and society in the post-Mugabe regime era. By Marian L. Tupy. (The American, 4/17/2007) Read More...


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Zimbabwe’s Meltdown
The author describes the current state of Zimbabwe: high inflation, domestic calls for political reform, brutal crackdowns on opposition parties by the regime, and international pressure on the govern... Read More...


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Nongovernmental Organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa
Published by The Swedish NGO Foundation for Human Rights and International Human Rights Internship Program, 1996. Read More...


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Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa - COMESA
Promotes regional economic integration through trade and investments in Eastern and Southern Africa Read More...


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Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)
UN regional commission to support economic and social development, foster regional integration, and promote international cooperation for Africa's development. Read More...


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Minority Rights Group International
Working to secure the rights of ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities and indigenous peoples worldwide, and to promote cooperation and understanding between communities. Read More...


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New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)
An initiative by African leaders designed to address the current challenges facing Africa, such as poverty, underdevelopment and the continued marginalisation of Africa countries. Read More...


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Poverty in Africa
Online publication of the World Bank's Africa Region and deals with monitoring and measuring poverty keeps a Household Survey Databank, contains resources and support for people working to understand ... Read More...


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Oneworld.net
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