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Richly detailed research at the grass-roots level can teach us a lot.
As 20 million people are at risk of starving to death this year, it’s important we look to historical approaches to malnutrition.
Constitutional rules usually prevail when African presidents die, but things are murkier when they’re sick.
Also: structural adjustment wasn't a total failure.
People don't eat roads.
Bonus: The author compares the African migrant experience in Europe to the one in Africa.
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Quite a few things are afoot here in 2017.