A Political and Literary Forum
An interview with activist Peter Tatchell
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie discusses her new novel, Americanah—a love story that delves into the complexities of race with humor and empathy.
The Liberian army embarks on its first combat mission since the end of the country's brutal civil war.
Today, the “savage nature” of Africa is still on display.
The Egyptian uprising that began on January 25 has been rightly celebrated as a momentous event. Eighteen continuous days of mass protests forced the end of Hosni Mubarak’s three decades of strongman rule.
At the offices of Kwani — a literary agitator without peer.
The man who imagines himself king of kings.
Robert P. Baird
The Egyptian revolution from the center of Cairo.
Many development experts promote information and communication technology (ICT) as a way to relieve global poverty. They should pay more attention to the human beings who use it.
Can mobile phones make a miracle?
Jenny C. Aker, Isaac M. Mbiti
Albie Sachs’s The Strange Alchemy of Life and Law.
Progress in the world's poorest region.
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Andrew L. Croxford
Mariana Mazzucato, Rainer Kattel, Josh Ryan-Collins
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