Monthly Archives: October 2013

Africa and the ICC: where is our honour?

TweetBy Achieng Maureen Akena  (This blog first appeared in Politico.It has been republished with permission from the author.) The debate around the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Africa is one that has polarised the continent, with equal-opportunity-mud being slung at … Continue reading

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The Youth Revolution in Sudan: Capable of bringing down the Inghaz regime?

TweetAli Agab is a Sudanese human rights activist As I decided to put these thoughts on paper, I remembered Dr John Garang’s aphorism, “there is no smoke without fire, except in Sudan.” Despite the enormous efforts of Sudanese pro-democracy and … Continue reading

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Sudanese women: you can beat us but you can’t break us

Tweet(The writer is the Director of the Strategic Initiative for women in the Horn of Africa. The article first appeared in the Sudan Tribune on 23 September 2013 and has been reproduced with permission from the author.) Anger is growing in … Continue reading

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