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FUTURE POPULATION AND POLITICAL INSTABILITY RISK TRENDS IN AFRICA

This seminar examines the impact of population trends and risk factors for political instability on Africa‚Äôs long-term future PRETORIA, South…

Kabila, the protests and the army

In the wake of the protests that have rattled the Democratic Republic of Congo, observers have noted that President Kabila…

Congo-Kinshasa: government and opposition

After the anti-Kabila protests, the violence, the deaths, the arrests and the torching of opposition parties’ headquarters, opposition parties declared…

Congo-Kinshasa: violence escalates

After deadly protests, in which, allegedly, 100 people were killed, the headquarters of three opposition parties were torched (http://allafrica.com/stories/201609210386.html). President…

Burundi sues Rwanda

As the relationships between Burundi and Rwanda continue to deteriorate, Burundi accuses President Kagame of Rwanda of attempting to destabilize…

Burundi: hotel operators are in trouble

Just like in Kenya, political instability in Burundi scared off tourists and led to a crisis in the tourismm sector…

Uganda: time to go to the polls

Political instability in Africa can be triggered by a variety of factors. One of such factors is represented, sadly, by…

New Issue of the Newsletter of African Politics and Policy

http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/APP_Newsletter_eleventh_issue.pdf You may also be interested in: Mozambique: is democratic rule about to end? Mozambique: clashes between government forces and…

Cameroon: death toll rises, as terrorist attacks continue

After many attacks perpetrated by Boko Haram, Cameroon decided to close down most of the northern markets on the border…

Mozambique: is democratic rule about to end?

The political instability that Africa experienced in 2015 did not have a terribly devastating efffect on democratic rule in the…

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