Tag Archives: Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone: From Blood Diamonds to a Market Economy

Forgiveness, freedom and accountability help to restore prosperity in Sierra Leone.

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The Inexorable End of the Africa Story

Is all the excitement about the future of Africa’s economy really justified? Or is the continent’s success mostly just a commodities story?

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Developing World: First Democratize, Then Restrain Yourself?

Can we really turn around now and say to the developing world: How about changing the amount of beef you eat?

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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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A World of Twenty-Year Cycles?

Could it be that, every 20 years, a new generation sets out to shape the world?

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Leonardo, Diamonds and Child Soldiers (Part II)

Why have international efforts to end the use of child soldiers been futile?

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Leonardo, Diamonds and Child Soldiers (Part I)

What have recent books and movies taught the world about the tragic fate of child soldiers?

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Economic Development and Security

The President of Germany rethinks the classic concept of global security.

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