Posts Tagged: Africa
The initial announcement of Senator Tim Johnson's (D-SD) sudden incapacitation and emergency brain surgery struck political Washington like the proverbial bombshell.
In The Perils of Globeerization, Chris O'Brien argues that beer can literally save the world.
A shuffling of the Fund's voting shares slashed Africa's already minimal decision-making power. While unfair, the move is just a symptom of what's wrong with the IMF.
Poverty reduction in sub-Saharan Africa won't come through a quick fix.
Much more work remains to be done to eliminate unjust debts that stifle countries in the developing world.
The African political landscape is being reshaped by women, generating hope for the future of the continent and raising the bar for democracy worldwide.
In 2006, as concern grows over the most pressing security threats, from HIV/AIDS and the bird flu to the ongoing genocide in Darfur, the U.S. will face increasing demands to adapt its Africa policy to address these contemporary challenges.
France grows less welcoming to former colonial subjects.
Fueled by media images of carnage and desperation, a debate has been begun regarding a possible U.S. role in Liberia, but so far it has been all troops or no troops, without adequate attention to the big picture.
The idea of Liberia exists as a shining example of how best to transform a terrible crime to a great social innovation.