Tag Archives: Chad

After Mugabe: 1980s Africa on the Way Out?

As the fixtures of the 1980s make their exit in Africa, attention turns to the 90s dictators.

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Chad: How China Created an African Power

How Chinese investment made Chad a vital Central African military ally of the West.

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China’s Instability Paradox

Why is China pursuing oil resources in unstable countries without regard for the political risk entailed?

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Avoiding the Oil Curse

How can Ghana avoid the kinds of corruption and conflict that often accompany higher oil revenues?

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Managing the Recovery of Failing States (Part II)

How much can the international community truly expect from a fragile, post-conflict government?

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From Wall Street to Africa — The Money Handlers Come Out on Top

How are Wall Street’s and sub-Saharan Africa’s money handlers similar?

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