• Analysis

Could African churches come along if they had more time?

  • Sarah K. Dreier
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  • Analysis

Afrobarometer finds that the level of commitment varies dramatically by country. Here's the breakdown.

  • Robert Mattes
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  • Analysis

Some people appear more likely to protest bribery than others.

  • Analysis

In trying to suppress dissent, authoritarian governments hurt their own economies.

  • Analysis

Double standards lower the credibility of outside observers.

  • Analysis

The WHO urged neighboring countries to be prepared — but there are political reasons the virus can thrive in a border zone.

  • Analysis

Election rhetoric is one way to chart anti-Chinese sentiment in Africa.

  • Analysis

Here's how Paul Biya has been president since 1982.

  • Analysis

Local stakeholders have a big role to play in health crises.

  • Analysis

China is investing steadily in Africa — and in Africa's human capital.

  • Lina Benabdallah and Winslow Robertson
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  • Africa, China
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