Showing posts tagged with: Governance
Madagascar: Understanding the “Fanjakana Gasy”
Initiated by Pety Rakotoniaina and some Malagasy politicians, the Fanjakana Gasy movement aims to create a “State within the State” in the southern part of Madagascar. Stake experts reviews the chronology of this short-living proto-secessionist movement.

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BRIEFING: Attempted coup against the regional government of Amhara, Ethiopia

“Starting on June 22, the country experienced increasing security tension. Between 22 and June 29, Ethiopian authorities arrested 212 members of the Amhara regional security forces, including the head of the regional Special Forces. Similarly, some 40 activists of the Amhara Nationalist Political Party (NaMa) were arrested by the federal authorities in Addis Ababa and in the vicinity of the federal capital.” […]

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BRIEFING: Post-electoral violence in Tchaourou and Savè, Benin

“The demonstrators in Tchaourou and Savè seem to have quickly organized themselves in the face of repression, as evidenced by the high number of casualties in the police and army forces. Such a rapid organization can be explained by two main hypotheses.” […]

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What are the risks and consequences of the post-Bashir era for border countries of Sudan?
There were scenes of jubilation on the streets of Khartoum on April 11, after the army announced the fall of Omar al-Bashir. This departure is the result of a struggle lasting several months, which Khartoum’s neighbors have always closely scrutinized. What consequences are to expect from Omar al-Bashir’s fall for the countries in Sudan’s neighborhood?

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