tag: Girifna


February 4, 2013

Urban Protests and Rural Violence in Africa: A Call for an Integrated Approach

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African countries appear to be in the midst of an epic shift in the nature of their political struggles. The continent continues its long-term decline in violent conflicts with the total number this year falling to half of their post-cold war peak. How do we make sense of this decline?
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March 20, 2012

Challenges to Popular Movements and Change in Sudan

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On 4 March, Sudanese police dispersed a group of 100 students protesting in front of the presidential palace. The students had gathered to voice their frustration with negotiations between the governments of Sudan and South Sudan, which have failed to address many of the human costs of the July 2011 secession of South Sudan. Particularly […]