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October 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

October 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

This october 2011 IIJD monthly updates on recent events present a snapshot of the current state of affairs of Africa. Please, read more…

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Zambia Presidential Election: Setting an Example for Africa

Zambia Presidential Election: Setting an Example for Africa

In September, Zambians voted in a new president, opposition party leader Michael Sata won. The incumbent President Rupiah Banda, much to everyone’s relief and surprise gracefully conceded defeat.

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IIJD September 2011 Newsletter Update

IIJD September 2011 Newsletter Update

This September 2011 IIJD monthly updates on recent events present a snapshot of the current state of affairs of Africa. Please, read more…

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South Sudan: Independence Marked by Major Challenges

South Sudan: Independence Marked by Major Challenges

On July 9, 2011, the world officially welcomed its newest nation, South Sudan. This achievement of independence comes with significant challenges….

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Kenya Institutional reforms Updates

Kenya Institutional reforms Updates

The IIJD has continued to monitor the reform in Kenya and this constitutes an update on the situation.  The process in Kenya could help guide the transition currently going on in Tunisia and Egypt.

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Eritrea’s Not So Special Court

Eritrea’s Not So Special Court

The current make up of the Eritrean Judiciary is a major road block in terms of the country’s future development.

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August 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

August 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

The August 2011 IIJD newsletter updates and highlights on recent events briefly presenting the current state of affairs of Africa.

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The Ben Ali Trial in Tunisia: A Hollow Justice

The Ben Ali Trial in Tunisia: A Hollow Justice

Had it not been for Tunisia, many argue that the Arab Spring that swept throughout the Middle East would not have occurred. Discontent over unemployment and oppression had reached a boiling point….

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