The Last Hunger Season: a fine but flawed study of poverty in rural Kenya - Review by Magnus Taylor

From African Arguments Mon Nov 26 2012, 05:43:14

Reporting Africa is too often a game of big politics: elections, coups, terrorists, oil deals and Julius Malema. You can easily be an expert of all these things by reading everything available online, but as well-informed as this may make

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