Review Of ‘The Real Politics Of The Horn Of Africa’: It’s A Marketplace, Where The Currency Is Money And Violence

The author has been in the room during the big peace talks in the Horn of Africa, interviewing and befriending the region’s Big Men. The result is indigestible but brilliant.

A Brilliant But Depressing Book To Read: The Real Politics Of The Horn Of Africa

Politics in the Horn is best understood as a marketplace, where the currency is money and violence.

Only 100m Of 450m Africans Reaching Work Age Over Next Two Decades Can Hope To Find Stable Jobs. How To Fix That

If countries wait until today’s youth reach working age to create jobs, it will already likely be too late to avoid instability from the population explosion.