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Why counterinsurgency fails by Dennis de Tray

A review of Dennis de Tray’s Why Counterinsurgency Fails (2019) can be found here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339239200_Book_Review_Why_Counterinsurgency_Fails_by_Dennis_de_Tray You may also be interested…

Exploring Africa’s Labyrinth

Exploring Africa’ Labyrinth is now available on Amazon Africa is puzzling. This is the reason why, in their discussion of…

Africa’s CEOs forecast low revenue growth

“Chief executives of firms operating in Africa are concerned about weaker than expected growth in revenues this year, largely due…

New year, old problems

In the past seven days 5 soldiers and 4 terrorists were killed in Nigeria; 6  soldiers and 19 terrorists were…

Kenya struggling to reach its targets

“At the beginning of his second term in office, President Uhuru Kenyatta outlined four pillars of development that would form…

Aga Khan University seeks to recruit an Assistant Professor – Comparative Studies in Education and Global Development

The Aga Khan University seeks to recruit an Assistant Professor in Comparative Studies in Education and Global Development. Additional details…

THE EMERGING SENEGAL PLAN (ESP)

“Senegal has decided to adopt a new development model to accelerate its progress toward emerging market status. This strategy, entitled…

What Africa needs

Gertrude Stein wrote that ‘a rose is a rose is a rose’. In a letter to Stein, with whom he…

Smart cities are crucial for Africa

“Kagame said that, with the African continent undergoing urbanisation, smart cities technologies can play a definitive role in developing cities…

African Countries Are Behind On Progress Towards Poverty Reduction Goals

“The proportion of the world’s people living on less than two dollars a day (an updated measure of extreme poverty)…

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