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Reconciliation in Kenya

Partisan differences and common ground.

More in Dispatch 201.

Role of citizen

Mauritians value national identity but limit civic engagement

More in Dispatch 197.

Tolerance in Benin

Progress and challenges.

More in Dispatch 198.

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Why are so many crimes never reported to police?

It’s less about trust and more about access.

More in Working Paper 180.

Violence in Nigeria

Extremist attacks, farmer-herder clashes have citizens on edge.

More in Dispatch 199.

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Gender quotas, GBV, German reparations, Koevoet, and other topics

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Survey shows Zuma and ANC’s mutual dance to the bottom

'For many years, Zuma was considered a


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