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Global wrongs, people's rights

Patrick Smith

The war-makers changed the world, although they didn't know it, on 4 August 1914.

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Israel has only begun to kill children

Quincy Saul

Quincy Saul describes the two kinds of hopelessness at play in the Israeli-Palestinian war, and why the politics of unfounded optimism must be swapped for the politics of anti-colonialism.

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Ebola: Where's the education?

Billie McTernan

Ghana has been urged to take leaf off Nigeria's book and educate its citizens about Ebola.

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Democracy's tarnished model

Patrick Smith

Developing economies are bounding ahead amid mounting social discontent. Istanbul, as it turns out, is a good place to discuss politics in Africa.

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Guns, Growth and Africa

Patrick Smith

In Gabriel García Márquez's masterpiece Chronicle of a Death Foretold, he recounts the murder of Santiago Nasar and how everyone in the town knew it was going to happen but did nothing.

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A Sudanese case of Tag, you're it

Josef-Israel

Observing the legal wrangling and socio-political to and fro that has held the lives of the Wani family in the balance for almost six months, the ghoulish, age old and never-ending children's game of Tag... you're it, also known as "run-outs", springs to mind.

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