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HEADLINES | Africa // Asia // Middle East


AFGHANISTAN: insights from the field
BURMA: political reforms and strategic risk
CHINA: its evolving technology sector
GAMBIA: capital flight from Asia
INDONESIA: the infrastructure problem
LIBERIA: on the brink
MALI: evidence of racial conflict?
NEPAL: on the verge of collapse
SOUTH AFRICA: the African National Congress in exile
TAJIKISTAN: the dictatorship of civil society


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