Tag Archives: Zimbabwe

Minute Zero: Prologue

A sneak peak into Todd Moss’s latest thriller in the Judd Ryker series about a professor inside the State Department’s Crisis Reaction Unit.

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Tendai Biti: A Brave Reformer in Mugabe's Zimbabwe

How can a politician bring about effective reforms while sharing power with Robert Mugabe?

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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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Health and Human Rights in Zimbabwe

How have recent human rights violations in Zimbabwe led to the deterioration of the country’s health care system?

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Remembering the Last of the British Empire

Looking at Rhodesia in the days before Mugabe.

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Zimbabwe as South Africa, Circa 1990 (Part II)

How can Zimbabwe embrace dialogue to resolve its seemingly intractable human rights crisis?

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Zimbabwe as South Africa, Circa 1990 (Part I)

When it comes to Africa, can we learn from our mistakes instead of endlessly repeating them?

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Dateline Zimbabwe: Who's to Blame?

Why does Zimbabwe's current economic troubles have their roots in the country's politics?

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Zimbabwe: Hope After Mugabe?

Despite its great potential, why has the country been in decline for two decades?

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South Africa is Going Soft on Zimbabwe

What keeps South Africa’s president Thabo Mbeki from intervening in Zimbabwe to prevent another African crisis?

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