Post Tagged with: "Africa"

The Apartheid Paradigm
/ June 2, 2014

The Apartheid Paradigm

"Although Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) claims that it uses the term “apartheid” in its strict legal definition, there is clearly a tactical and historical underpinning to the deployment of this term, especially in the context of international solidarity and the methods of resistance such as boycott that IAW promotes."

Show and Tell
/ November 18, 2013

Show and Tell

Alexandra Sutton explores the ethical issues behind humanitarian documentaries, and questions their ability to facilitate change

A Tale of Democracy and Lions
/ May 27, 2013

A Tale of Democracy and Lions

Rethinking the relationship between democracy and development in the context of East Africa’s successful authoritarianism

Stability without Security
/ April 22, 2013

Stability without Security

Treason and Torture in Africa's "Smiling Coast"

Rebuilding Society
/ April 22, 2013

Rebuilding Society

An investigation into Sierra Leone’s recovery since its Civil War

Passing the Blame
/ April 22, 2013

Passing the Blame

How the lack of shared identity has fuelled tensions in South Africa

The Nile: There Won’t Be Enough for Everybody
/ April 22, 2013

The Nile: There Won’t Be Enough for Everybody

Is the change in Egyptian leadership bringing about a shift in foreign policy towards its neighbours?

Interview with a Trader: Ghost in the Machine
/ March 6, 2013

Interview with a Trader: Ghost in the Machine

Trading and ethics - not often seen as the most comfortable pairing. The Globalist delves deeper

Fear and Loathing in Timbuktu
/ February 28, 2013

Fear and Loathing in Timbuktu

As the Western media finally turn their attention to the crisis in Mali, Chloe Cornish looks deeper into the human stories behind the conflict in the region

The Bleeding Heart of Darkness
/ February 16, 2013

The Bleeding Heart of Darkness

After billions of dollars and 14 years, Guy Bud looks at the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo - and why it isn’t working