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How the West Lost Burundi

While Western powers were making threats, Russia and China were wooing the country's defiant government. And that should be a wake-up call for countries like the United States.

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South Sudan’s Peace Deal May Not Be Worth the Paper It’s Written On

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir signed a much anticipated peace agreement Wednesday. But with 12 pages of reservations, is the agreement much of a step forward at all?

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Radio-Silenced in the World’s Newest Country

South Sudan’s journalists are being murdered and jailed. But could a new peace deal end the country’s war on press freedom?

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U.N. CAR Envoy Steps Down Amid Allegations of Abuse by Peacekeepers

Babacar Gaye's resignation comes on the heels of widespread reports of sexual abuse perpetrated by peacekeepers in the CAR.

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