Amb. John Campbell teases out some of the implications of reports that Boko Haram, Northeastern Nigeria’s Muslim rebel movement, has split.
The State Department’s Christopher Painter reports on an “East African Workshop to Address Cybersecurity.”
Kim Yi Dionne is providing excellent coverage of the protests in Malawi.
Andrew Harding asks whether British Prime Minister David Cameron’s “trade message [will] be heard” in Africa, and African Arguments gives an overview of a recent British government delegation visit to Mauritania where AQIM, among other issues, was discussed.
Sophia Jones looks at efforts to revamp Kenya Railways.
Saratu on “the limits to NGOs’ effectiveness.”
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