Africa Blog Roundup: Nigeria’s Elections, African Currency, and More

John Campbell and the Economist‘s Baobab consider what the results of Nigeria’s presidential election mean for the country’s North-South divide.

Chris Blattman experiments with giving cash to Liberian youth and describes how “the researchee defeats the researcher.”

Joshua Keating looks at the possibility of a “common currency for Africa.”

After a short absence, Kal returns to blogging at The Moor Next Door and raises some questions about protests in Algeria, AQIM, and the impact of Libya’s civil war on the surrounding countries.

G. Paschal Zachary and Rosebell Kagumire offer different takes on the protests in Uganda.

A Bombastic Element nominates Niger’s transitional government for the Mo Ibrahim Prize.

Last but not least, check out this interview on soccer and revolution with James Dorsey.

Any new blogs I should check out?

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