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An uncomfortable truth

An uncomfortable truth

South Africa and weapons: a dirty history There is evidence that the motives for the murder of three prominent antiapartheid activists were much more complex than official narratives suggest It is 29 March, 2018 in...

A war of words

A war of words

Cameroon: the deadly cycle A steady flow of weapons is fuelling the vicious conflict between Cameroon’s Anglophone regions and the government Over the past four years, Cameroon has descended into violence. The central...

The facts are stubborn

The facts are stubborn

Rwanda: the genocide archives Amid mounting calls for an honest investigation into the Rwandan genocide, the UN and certain governments appear to be opposing full disclosure “Everyday we learn to forgive,” President...

A brotherhood of man

A brotherhood of man

Senegal: Mouridism and identity The Mourides, who represent a black Senegalese version of Islam, have helped to inform nationalism in the country Earlier this year I was sitting on the TGV high-speed train travelling...