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Islamic Force Rises in Tunisia

The fundamentalist Ennahda party seems poised to take advantage of a chaotic situation ahead of general elections in Tunisia. Ennahda and other Islamist parties are taking advantage of the Aug. 2 deadline for registration for elections coinciding with the start of the holy month of Ramadan, when there is better attendance at mosques.

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Tanzania: the use of social media in 2010 general election

Tanzania will go to the polls on October 30, 2010 and the general election campaign is well underway. As the campaigns heat up, presidential candidates and other candidates fighting for parliamentary seats are using new media tools to communicate with potential voters.

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Is Liberia a failed state?

Aug17

Leymah Gbowee is the founder and the Executive Director of Women Peace and Security Network Africa (Wispen-Africa). I spoke to her about a recent article by Foreign Policy which put Liberia among 60 failed states in the world.

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African bloggers: a world to be discovered

African blogs are becoming more and more influencing and relevant to understand African media and the reality of African civil society. While thinking about the possibility of introducing our new bloggers’ section, we decided to let their words explain our audience the world they have contributed to create and to make understand better this growing wave running over African media through their thoughts.

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