Category: AIF Issue 44

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Against the odds

A small farming community is fighting an epic battle against an international mining giant.

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Debunking the ‘water wars’ story

Water is too important to fight over, but should instead be a vehicle for cooperation and nation-building In recent years, an idea has gained ground that Africa will face conflicts over its water, or so-called “water wars”, unless it can find ways to manage countries’ control of, and access to this most vital resource. But […]

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The logic of the looter

Former colonisers and their multinational companies collude with Africa’s corrupt elites to facilitate looting, but both are under increasing scrutiny.

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Taxes and more taxes

Sub-Saharan governments are making easy money from selling exploration licences, writes Gavin Hilson.

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