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Young Superheroes in a Hut
Article on the causes of poverty in Africa. By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF (New York Times, 04/10/2010) Read More...


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In Africa, a step backward on human rights
Article beseeching equality for the gay , lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community in South Africa. By Desmond Tutu. (03/12/ 2010, The Washington Post) Read More...


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Nigerian Spills Make Valdez Look Like Drop in Bucket
Article on oil drilling activities in Nigeria. By Chanan Tigay. (AOL News) Read More...


IA-Forum Spring 2010 Report: Africa, Global Food and Water Security
IA-Forum Spring 2010 Report: Africa, Global Food and Water Security
Spring issue of Forum report featuring global experts discussing African Economic Development, Reconstruction in African Post-Conflict Areas, and Global Food and Water Securities. (05/25/2010) Read More...


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The Emerging Obama Doctrine on Africa
Article discussing emerging thinking on U.S.-Africa relations. By Chinua Akukwe (Worldpress.org, 09/ 29/ 2009) Read More...


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Sudan's imperfect but important elections
Article discussing the implications of President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir's victory. By Jimmy Carter (Los Angeles Times,04/28/ 2010) Read More...


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Women Work toward Equality in Muslim Societies
Article on efforts being made to ensure gender equality among women in Muslim societies. By Mehnaz M. Afridi (Worldpress.org, 03/03/2010) Read More...


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The Women’s Crusade
Article analysing the benefits of including women in poverty reduction programs. Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn (The New York Times, 08/17/2009) Read More...


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Land grabs: Africa’s new ‘resource curse’?
Article analysing the acquisition of large scale land on the soci-economic structure of Africa's economy. By Khadija Sharife. (Pambazuka News, 11/26/2009) Read More...


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Ghana Report Warns of ‘Resource Curse’ ...
Article analysing the implications of oil discovery in Ghana. (IPS, 03/05/2009) Read More...


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Fighting corruption through ANCOR
Article assessing the effects of corruption in Nigeria and measures that are being implemented to fight it. By Ishola Micheal (Nigerian Tribune, 05/14/2010) Read More...


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Addressing Nigeria's Economic Problems and the Islamist Terrorist Threat
Article on the growth of radical Islam in Nigeria and its potential impact on regional and energy security. By Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. and Brett Schaefer. (The Heritage Foundation,05/19/2004) Read More...


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HIV Summit in Africa for grandmothers
By David Smith Article on the initiative behind organizing an HIV Summit for grand-mothers who have lost their children to AIDS. (The Hindu, o5/05/2010) Read More...


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Obama Backs Down on Sudan
Article on Obama's actions/inactions regarding Sudanese government. By Nicholas D. Kristof (The NewYork Times, 04/21/2010) Read More...


IA Forum Interview:  Dr. Deborah Brautigam
IA Forum Interview: Dr. Deborah Brautigam
IA Forum speaks with Dr. Deborah Brautigam about her book The Dragon’s Gift: The Real Story of C... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview:  Brent Sterling
IA-Forum Interview: Brent Sterling
IA Forum speaks with Brent Sterling about book Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?: What History Teaches Us about Strategic ... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Cleo Paskal
IA-Forum Interview: Cleo Paskal
IA-Forum speaks with Cleo Paskal about her book Global Warring: How Environmental, Economic, and Political Crises Will Redraw the W... Read More...


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Biofuel revolution threatens food security for the poor
Strong international policies are needed to stop the biofuel revolution threatening food security for the poor. By Siwa Msangi. (SciDev Net - 12/06/2007) Read More...


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Worldwide water crisis: time is running out
Water supply infrastructure improvement is vital to protect both business interests and the World's poor. (Lloyd's - 12/08/2009) Read More...


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More than Eco-efficiency is Required to Improve Food Security
Eco-efficiency concepts should explicitly include social as well as economic and environmental criteria in agricultural output. By S. E. Park, S. M. Howden, S. J. Crimp, D. S. Gaydon, S. J. Attwood an... 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 Democracy Fails in Fragile States
Paul Collier notes that many of the 58 countries that are home to one billion of the world’s poorest people–– the "bottom billion" ––are unable to provide their citizens with two vital public goods: s... Read More...


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Advancing African Development: The Necessity for Aid and Trade
How to organize the political system to enshrine accountability of political and economic elites to the citizens, and how to play off foreign powers in the competitive international environment so as ... Read More...


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Beyond Copenhagen
For many climate-change experts, the Copenhagen summit was something of a failure. In order to make real progress on pressing climate issues, policymakers must give up on a binding deal and begin to l... Read More...


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Modern Tribes
Article on the role of modern tribes in conflicts and suggestions on dealing with it. By Daniel Shapiro (INP, 09/11/2008) Read More...


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Warming Chad-Sudan Relations Necessary for Darfur Peace
Efforts by the Chadian and Sudanese governments to mend their relations will only have a positive impact on the security situation in Darfur if each government takes positive steps to resolve their in... Read More...


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Confronting the Long Crisis of Globalization: Risk, Resilience and International Order
Alex Evans, Bruce Jones and David Steven discuss risks to the process of globalization and new ideas on how to make it ‘more resilient’. (Brookings Institution, 01/26/2010) Read More...


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African People & Culture
A summary of the origins of the main tribes within Africa. (The Africa Guide, 02/10/2010) Read More...


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Involving marginalized tribes for a better Nigeria
Article on marginalization in Nigeria and it's attendant challenge to development. By Konye Obaji Ori (Afrik.com,02/21/2009) 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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