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Wed,26Nov2014

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Defence against disorder

Patrick Smith

It's time for Africa to have a China policy, just as Beijing has an Africa policy. As Ebola cuts a devastating swathe, Africa should push its interests even harder. 

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Pinning down the funding flows

Rehana Dada

Finance remains a key sticking point in the climate change negotiations.

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Ebola? Let's quote Mizner

Hama Tuma

The Ebola virus, West Africa's grimmest reaper yet, is a relentless killer and it is not my intention to deride the woes thereof for a cheap thrill. And yet ...

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Shhh, the grown ups are talking

Nicholas Norbrook

African leaders are finally putting their money where their ideas are, ignoring the staid ideas of the global elite.

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The new face of Boko Haram

Tolu Ogunlesi

In the last decade Boko Haram has morphed, with remarkable inventiveness, from a sporadically violent band of proselytizers who wanted to be left undisturbed, to a disturbingly efficient network of terror cells with international affiliations, focused exclusively on waging war against the Nigerian state.

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Ghana Airways, the grim reaper

Franklin Cudjoe

In the last decade, Ghanaians have seen their national airline dissolve twice. By 2004 Ghana Airways had been liquidated and was reformed as a public-private venture, which folded up in 2010. There were a number of reasons for the failure of both attempts to run a national carrier, but corruption and overstaffing were at the top of the list.

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