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Light from Africa

Michael Cook | 28 December 2013
Africa has a bright future, with its young and growing population and strong social ties. The media highlights the dark side of the world's fastest growing continent; MercatorNet is far more optimistic in its unique blog Harambee. Here are the year's top posts.

The good news from Africa

Eugene Ohu | 27 January 2013
Launching MercatorNet's blog about good news from Africa.
 
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Is “conscious uncoupling” really such a loopy idea?
15 Apr 2014
Gwyneth Paltrow was ridiculed when she explained her divorce, but there's a nugget of truth in her words.

A deal with the devil
11 Apr 2014
Why did American officials refuse to prosecute Japanese doctors who had committed horrendous crimes in World War II?

“Is this the upshot of your experiment?”
10 Apr 2014
A Nathaniel Hawthorne tale of scientific obsession sheds light on today's designer children.

Protecting the first “little platoon”
10 Apr 2014
Society needs family values - but not the faith they are based on? Where a liberal proposal falls down.

US defence policy in the wake of the Ukrainian affair
10 Apr 2014
Rethinking American strategy in the framework of conventional war against enemies fighting on their own terrain.


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