As the fixtures of the 1980s make their exit in Africa, attention turns to the 90s dictators.
How Chinese investment made Chad a vital Central African military ally of the West.
Why is China pursuing oil resources in unstable countries without regard for the political risk entailed?
How can Ghana avoid the kinds of corruption and conflict that often accompany higher oil revenues?
How much can the international community truly expect from a fragile, post-conflict government?
How are Wall Street’s and sub-Saharan Africa’s money handlers similar?