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Fear in politics

A majority of Guineans say the government is doing a poor job of preventing election-related violence.

More in Dispatch 314.

Growing corruption

In Niger, citizens see business and politics as seats of corruption.

More in Dispatch 313.

How traditional leaders strengthen the state

Unique mapping shows chiefs build legitimacy of Namibia’s government.

More in Working Paper 183.


Bridging the gender gap

Ugandans praise government efforts to promote equal rights for women.

More in Dispatch 311.

Health problems

In Togo, inadequate medical services feed growing dissatisfaction with government performance.

More in Dispatch 310.

Election fatigue?

Half of Basotho want a different way to choose their leaders.

More in Dispatch 309.



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