MALAWI'S INEVITABLE CYCLE OF DISCONTENT: Reflections from 2012

From Face of Malawi Wed Dec 26 2012, 12:59:27

In this article, I argue that there is an inevitable cycle of discontent in Malawi that is as hard-wired into the Malawian DNA as is the Malawian passivity in dealing with unacceptable political leadership decisively. Malawian tameness and political docility has shaped a cycle of discontent that can be traced as far back as the [...]

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