Africa Blog Roundup: Muslim Protests in Ethiopia, Oil Contracts, Elections in Sierra Leone, Gold in South Sudan, and More

From Sahel Blog Sun Nov 18 2012, 08:16:47

Chris Blattman recommends, and highlights some powerful quotations from, Robert Worth's "Can American Diplomacy Ever Come Out of Its Bunker?" Alemayehu Fentaw on Muslim protests in Ethiopia: There is little evidence to support the Ethiopian Government's claim that its own ... Continue reading →

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