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Legal Rights Owed to the Sahrawi: Self-Determination and Use of Natural Resources

Legal Rights Owed to the Sahrawi: Self-Determination and Use of Natural Resources

Under several international instruments, the Sahrawi are entitled to the rights of self-determination and use of natural resources. Morocco is inhibiting these rights with no legitimate legal claim

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The Fight Over Western Sahara: The Issue of Decolonization

The Fight Over Western Sahara: The Issue of Decolonization

Sovereignty of the Sahrawi, the people of the territory of Western Sahara, is the last issue of decolonization. Morocco’s stake in the territory has sparked conflict without an immediate resolution.

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Showdown at The Hague: Tens of thousands to support the former Pr. Laurent Gbagbo of Cote d’Ivoire

Showdown at The Hague: Tens of thousands to support the former Pr. Laurent Gbagbo of Cote d’Ivoire

On June 18th, 2012, tens of thousands of people traveled anyway to the ICC to express their support to the former President of Cote d’Ivoire Laurent GBAGBO.

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Egypt 2012  Presidential elections results:  Run-off on June 16 and 17th, 2012

Egypt 2012 Presidential elections results:  Run-off on June 16 and 17th, 2012

Egypt 2012 Presidential election: Ahmed Shafik and Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi to face each other on June 16 and 17th, 2012.

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What the Coup d’État in Mali Teaches Us

What the Coup d’État in Mali Teaches Us

A military coup, led by the US trained Captain Amadou Sanogo, overthrew the democratically elected president of Mali, Amadou Toumani Touré

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Senegalese Presidential Elections: How Wade’s Attempts to Confiscate Power Failed

Senegalese Presidential Elections: How Wade’s Attempts to Confiscate Power Failed

The 85 year old Senegalese President Wade, who was determined to go for a controversial third term, was voted out of the office…

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Cameroon: Victim of Political Apathy

Cameroon: Victim of Political Apathy

After organizing his elections, he won…One of the world worst known dictators will remain President for the next seven years. So, for 35 years, Paul Biya would be the only President of Cameroon

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November 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

November 2011 IIJD Newsletter Update

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

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