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Hodan Osman couldn’t stamp out Somalia’s endemic corruption. But she made sure the country’s soldiers got paid.
Media bubbles get a reality check, Sudan toys with Tel Aviv, and the ivory tower comes full circle.
A new game meant to help the U.S. government write the 2018 National Defense Strategy shows what happens when resources and commitments collide.
To succeed, the protesters will have to overcome old regional and class divides—and new ones, along generational lines.
The Legacy of American Racism at Home and Abroad
The Legacy of American Racism at Home and ...
Judd Devermont is the director of the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and host of the Into Africa Podcast