African Politics and Policy

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Month: June 2015

Rwanda, tourism and the lions

Seven South African lions will be relocated in Akagera National Park, Rwanda. The reintroduction of lions is expected to increase…

A wave of terror strikes Africa

The last few days have been horrific. At the beginning of the week Borno and Gujba, in Nigeria, experienced shooting…

International Conference on Public Policy

The ICPP conference in Milan next week will feature two panels which will explore the challenges and opportunities of policy…

African refugees and the Italian constitution

According to Gianfranco Pasquino, political scientist, the third comma of article 10 of the Italian Constitutions makes it clear that…

Terror attack in Somalia

Terrorists launched an attack in Mogadishu http://allafrica.com/stories/201506210054.html You may also be interested in: Mozambique: clashes between government forces and opposition…

APP Newsletter

We have just released the new issue of the APP newsletter with articles on Togo, Tanzania, and the costs of…

Togolese views’ of Chinese workers

One of the most visible signs of China’s growing presence and influence in countries like Togo is provided by the…

Togolese elites’ views of China’s influence

We conducted a small elite survey to gather information on Togolese elites’ perception of regional and international powers. The data…

Togolese elites’ views of foreign powers

We conducted a small survey among Togolese university students. The Survey was conducted with a very small sample to gather…

Review of U. Eco, The book of legendary lands, Milan, Rizzoli ex libris, 2013.

Semiotician and novelist, Umberto Eco is universally known and admired, for an almost unlimited culture. Eco gave life to semiotics…

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