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We are delighted to announce the six inaugural fellows for the African Arguments Fellowship for Young Freelancers. For this pilot project, we received 500 applications from African freelance journalists under the age of 30 from across the continent. Following ...
In Stanley Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove, a hapless British RAF officer (played by Peter Sellers) tries to prevent a maverick US general precipitating nuclear Armageddon. Spoiler alert: he fails. So did Boris Johnson in trying persuade President Biden to delay hi...
Photo Credit: IMF Photo/Cory Hancock IMF-bashing takes many forms. The grounds for attack include the imposition of austerity in the 1980s in cohoots with the World Bank, a general intrusion into national sovereignty (whatever such means in the era of ...
Photo Credit: USAID Nigeria We could join the clamour surrounding the cuts to the UK development aid budget but will instead highlight one area where technical assistance from advanced economies could be expanded. This is the nurturing of regulated pens...