Category Archives: Africa

Dec 4 2012

Is Africa the new Persian Gulf? Not yet

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By Raj Verma, Africa Programme at LSE IDEAS and PhD Candidate in the Department of International Relations, LSE Oil prices shave increased dramatically since the beginning of the new millennia due to demand side factors. From $US26 a barrel in … Continue reading

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Nov 29 2012

Expert Interviews: Governing the Global Drug Wars

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In these videos twelve world leading drug policy experts address questions about the international control system:   Why have international drug policies proved so resistant to change?   Is there hope for reform of international drug Policies? Since 1909 the … Continue reading

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Nov 12 2012

Ethno-Religious conflicts and The Voices of the Past

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By Bala Mohammed Liman, PhD Candidate School of Oriental and African Studies Rwanda, Kenya, Nigeria. All these African countries are noted for the violence that has become part of their most recent history ( Rwanda’s 1994 conflict and Higazi’s work … Continue reading

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