Performing democracy in Zimbabwe

From Africa is a Country Mon Jan 21 2013, 06:03:29

A few days ago the BBC reported on Zimbabwe's impending elections, amidst concerns of renewed violence and human rights abuses in the country. However, what is often lost in the sensationalization of political violence, by this and other news articles is the revolutionary impact that non-violent actions can have in transforming a national political landscape. [...]

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