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How the war on piracy became big business

Is a private security boom really the route to safer seas? asks Hazel Healy.…

  • Sun Sep 1 07:52:00 2013
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Somalia

Somalia is the ultimate in ‘imagined communities’, the failed state whose fissiparous character is unique even in today’s splintered world…

  • Fri Jul 1 21:06:00 2005
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Natural resources used as weapons

As the violence in the DRC worsens, the campaign to end illegal mining is growing, writes Bandi Mbubi.…

  • Thu Aug 15 11:18:00 2013
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Emmanuel Jal: ‘Our freedom fighters have become dictators’

The musician, activist and former child soldier gives a sombre assessment of life in South Sudan two years after independence.…

  • Tue Aug 13 04:13:00 2013
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Change-makers: women of the African diaspora

A long tradition of positive social action sets international standards, writes Minna Salami.…

  • Thu Aug 1 11:22:00 2013
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Eritrean disapora dials freedom with 'robocall'

Rizwan Syed reports on how the mass automated calls that marketeers use to torment us are put to good use - sending messages of solidarity.…

  • Mon Jul 1 09:37:00 2013
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Deportation of Tamils helped the Sri Lankan state

Britain’s expulsion of ‘target population’ asylum-seekers has been valuable to Sri Lanka’s ‘counter-insurgency’ campaign, argues Phil Miller.…

  • Thu Jul 18 11:03:00 2013
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Barclays says no to remittance ‘lifeline’

The decision to close the accounts of money transfer providers is a crisis for many families in Somalia and beyond, writes Farhan Hassan.…

  • Thu Jul 18 09:06:00 2013
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The Sudanese diaspora must up its game

Nahla Mahmoud is done celebrating past revolutions: it’s time to move on.…

  • Thu Jul 11 03:34:00 2013
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Aimé Césaire: a leader of the (cultural) struggle

Philip Crispin celebrates the centenary of the Martinican poet, playwright and politician who showed that Empire ‘writes back.’…

  • Wed Jun 19 09:23:00 2013
  • Rank: 100

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