Enlarge this image When Omar al-Bashir was ousted from the Sudanese presidency in April of 2019, there was an explosion of new culture in Sudan.…View More Once A Symbol Of Freedom, Sudan’s Pop Radio Station Has Fallen Almost Silent
On Sunday evening, 9 June 2019, a Peul militia attacked a Dogon village in central Mali, killing over 100 people, wounding others, and then burning…View More Dogon-Peul Conflict in Mali: Danger of Broader Agriculturalist-Herder Tensions in Africa.
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On 8 May 2019, Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, after a 3-day mission to the Cameroon, welcomed the Cameroon government’s…View More Cameroon: Moving Fast When There Are Short Windows of Opportunity
Edited by: Muli Wa Kyendo Published by: Syokimau Cultural Centre, Nairobi, Kenya, www.syokimauculturalcentre.org. 2019, 156pp, ISBN 978-9966-7020-6-7 (paperback) 978-9966-7020-5-0 (e-book) Available at: https://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Theories-Ethnic-Conflict-Explaining/dp/9966702067 Review by:…View More Book Review: FUNDAMENTAL THEORIES OF ETHNIC CONFLICT: EXPLAINING THE ROOT CAUSES OF RACIAL AND ETHNIC HATE
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The election 25 years ago of South Africa’s first black president, the late Nelson Mandela, who inspired the struggle against apartheid, was a time of…View More South Africa still waiting on post-apartheid promises
seven-month investigation found reports of U.N. staff members exploiting refugees desperate for a safe home in a new country. Gratien Zimy Ntezimisi, a refugee whistleblower,…View More WORLD Asylum for sale: Whistleblowers say U.N. refugee agency does not always address corruption
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With the administrative-political situation in Libya badly stalemated and a meeting for negotiations to be held 14-16 April unlikely to make progress, on Thursday 4…View More Libya: Will the U.N. Appeal for a halt to the March on Tripoli be heard?