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NRGI
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/09/2018)


Conor Marcus Shaw
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/07/2018)


Dr. Nicol Turner Lee
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/06/2018)


Dr. Nicol Turner Lee
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/05/2018)


Hunter Marston
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/04/2018)


Brookings Press
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/04/2018)


Dr. Nicol Turner Lee
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/03/2018)


Dr. Nicol Turner Lee
Brookings Governance - Twitter (12/03/2018)


How Can Parity Be More Proportional?
How Can Parity Be More Proportional?

The issue of sovereignty and Bosnia-Herzegovina. By Dr. Zlatko Hadžidedic. (04/11/2018)

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The End of Trump and Tillerson: A Discordant Relationship
The End of Trump and Tillerson: A Discordant Relationship

The Trump-Tillerson relationship: what went wrong? By Benjamin Moore. (03/15/2018)

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New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Werner Baer: BRIC countries
New Issue of International Affairs Forum: Interview with Prof. Werner Baer: BRIC countries

A look inside the latest issue of International Affairs Forum (Taylor&Francis). Professor Werner Baer at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, discusses Brazil's economy. (International ... Read More...



20 Years to Trade Economic Independence for Political Sovereignty
20 Years to Trade Economic Independence for Political Sovereignty
How has the well-being of Latvia changed in the 20 years since the collapse of the Soviet Union? By Eva Maurina. (12/18/2013) Read More...


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The New German Question
Can Europe’s most powerful country lead the way in building both a sustainable, internationally competitive eurozone and a strong, internationally credible European Union? By Timothy Garton Ash ( 08/0... Read More...


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Open Letter: Ivory Coast, the war against civilians
Article analysing risks of Ivory Coast's elections crisis escalating into a civilian war. (Foreign Policy, 01/31/2011) Read More...


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Why Qaddafi Has Already Lost
By ALI ABDULLATIF AHMIDA Article analysing factors that leading to Libya's current unrest. (The New York Times, 03/16/2011) Read More...


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Gaddafi’s ‘African mercenaries’: Myth or reality?
Article imploring sensitivity to the historical factors surrounding darker skinned people and prejudices they experience when reporting on Libya by the media. By Dibussi Tande (Pambazuka News, 02/... Read More...


Why Mubarak Is Out
Why Mubarak Is Out
Background and analysis of factors leading to Mubarak's loss of power. By Paul Arnar. (Jadaliyya, 02/01/2011) Read More...


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WHO LOST EGYPT?
By Dick Morris0 Article spelling out measures that ought to be adopted by Washington inorder to prevent the fall of Egypt. (DickMorris.com,01/29/2011) Read More...


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Egypt's Waning Influence
Article assessing Mubarak’s dilemma, that is staying with the siege and hoping America will reward him with Gamal’s succession; while flouting change may imperil Gamal’s survival. By ALASTAIR CROOK... Read More...


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Ghana's Policy On The Ivorian Crisis (Part Five)
Article evaluating the repercussion's of Ghana and the World's stance on the Ivorian election results. BY SAMUEL ADJEI SARFO (GhanaWeb, 01/16/2011) 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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After Yar'Adua's Death
Article on the political environment in Nigeria, following the constitutional designation of Goodluck Jonathan as Nigeria's current President. By John Campbell Council on Foreign Relations, 05/06... 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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From the Sun King to Karzai
The United States hopes to create a strong central government in Afghanistan -- but is such state building possible? Yes, and policymakers should look to Louis XIV and the development of France's anci... Read More...


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New Treaty, New Influence?
With the Lisbon Treaty now in effect, the European Union has more power to implement foreign policy decisions -- on paper, at least. The reformed EU's effectiveness will ultimately depend on whether i... Read More...


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