Bruce Whitehouse profiles a Mormon candidate running in Mali’s presidential election.
Angola is outside of my normal zone of coverage, but it’s so rare to see blog posts about that country that I wanted to include this solid piece from Africa Is A Country.
Amb. John Campbell takes a look at Senegal’s presidential run-off, scheduled for next Sunday: “If I were a betting man, I would put my money on [challenger Macky] Sall.”
The Economist‘s Baobab ponders what impact the International Criminal Court (ICC) has had, as the Court nears its tenth birthday.
Amb. David Shinn highlights commentary on Kenya’s military operations in Somalia.
Andrew Walker writes movingly about suspected police murders of young men in Nigeria, in a piece entitled “How Not to Stop Boko Haram.”
Zach Warner on negotiating with Boko Haram.
The Foreign Minister of Somaliland, Mohamed Omar: “Somaliland Did Not Surrender Sovereignty by Attending the London Conference.”
Peter Dorrie on genetically modified cotton in Burkina Faso.
What are you reading today?