‘Make Like The Dinosaurs, And Disappear!’, Algerians Tell Ailing Strongman Bouteflika. How Does It End?

A genuine and inspiring people’s revolution, powerful yet so far remarkably peaceful, perhaps a second Arab Spring, has been unfolding in Algeria.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: A Well Told Story Of Liberia’s Two-Time President And Africa’s First Elected Female President

Sirleaf’s parents were adopted rather than born into Liberia’s dominant minority, targets of the “Christian duty” felt by many wealthy Americo-Liberian families to liberate “tribal children” from rural areas.

Uganda’s Slow Slide Into Crisis: Rising Repression, Corruption Threaten Museveni’s Hold As He Moves To Extend Rule

Uganda is not in danger of renewed civil war or rebel violence, but it risks sliding into a political crisis that could eventually threaten the country’s hard-won stability.

The Epidemic Of Rebellion In Eastern DR Congo: More Insurgent Groups Than You Can Shake A Stick At

In Beni Territory attacks have led more than 81,000 commercial farmers to abandon their fields and to a total revenue loss of some $1.9 billion.