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SPECIAL REPORTS

Click on a title below to access either an individual article (denoted by an asterisk) or a set of articles published as a Special Report. The issue of publication appears in parentheses.

Special Reports for "Area Studies > African"
Ebola in West Africa (October 2014)
Remembering Nelson Mandela (January 2014)
Private Firms Eye Darfur * (November 2006)
Deadly Passage: Migrants Face Many Perils Coming From Africa to Europe * (November 2006)
Niger: When Development Is an Emergency * (November 2006)
African Children in the Face of Danger * (October 2006)
Landmines, the Silent Sentries of All Fear * (September 2006)
Forgotten Refugees * (September 2006)
Desertification Threat in Congo River Basin * (August 2006)
Violence Still Haunts South African Communities * (June 2006)
How Malaria Keeps Africa Down * (May 2006)
South Africa's Tribal Traditions Prevent New Freedoms * (March 2006)
Creating New Hope for Africa Through Loan Forgiveness * (October 2005)
Malaria: Africa's "Silent Tsunami" * (September 2005)
Mali Is Putting All Its Eggs in One Rail Line * (August 2005)
Democratic Transition and the African Renaissance in Sub-Saharan Africa * (June 2005)
The Experience of Benin * (June 2005)
Tunisian Vote Spurs Concern in Washington * (April 2005)
Uganda Draws Back From the AIDS Brink * (April 2005)
Clothing Donations Bypass the Needy and Hurt African Textile Industries * (April 2005)
Tearing Congo's Womb * (March 2005)
Africa Struggles to Break Barriers to Internet * (December 2004)
Burundi Inching Closer to Ending Long Civil War * (November 2004)
Reformers Take On Egypt's Old Guard * (September 2004)
Tourists Continue Flocking to Egypt * (August 2004)
Hoops for Hope: American Basketball Is Ambassador in Africa * (May 2004)
Africa's Ills: Nothing Democracy Can't Fix ... * (January 2004)
To Govern, Unite: Diverse Cultures Jostle in Democratic Togo * (January 2004)
Off the Beaten Path in Tunisia * (December 2003)
African Islamism, From Below * (December 2003)
Elders Come of Age: The Masai Olngesherr Ceremony * (November 2003)
Francois Boko: African Democracy Dynamo * (November 2003)
International Intervention in Liberia * (October 2003)
President Bush's Africa Tour * (September 2003)
Hope in Kigali's Slums: Creating Microenterprise in Rwanda * (August 2003)
Trespassing in Matta's Land: Conservation Efforts Stumble in Ivory Coast * (July 2003)
Day to Day: The Wealth of Markets and Crafts in Ghana * (June 2003)
Finding Their Place: Moroccans Celebrate in Israel * (April 2003)
Eden Forged at Gunpoint: African Animals on Asia's Calauit Island * (March 2003)
Who Kills Who?': Algeria's Traumatized Press Recovers * (February 2003)
On the Brink: Secular and Religious Forces Pull Egyptian Women * (January 2003)
Time to End U.S. Foreign Aid? (June 1997)
The AIDS Pandemic (June 1996)
South Africa: Miracle in the Making? (December 1994)
Human Rights in the Post-Cold War World (July 1993)
The U.S. and the New Third World (May 1992)
Perestroika in Black Africa (August 1990)
Southern Africa: Peace At Last? (December 1989)
Third World Debt: A Global Problem (February 1989)
South Africa: What Is To Be Done? (July 1987)
The Horn of Africa (September 1986)
A World In Debt (July 1986)
Five Nations Under Siege: Cambodia, Afghanistan, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Angola (February 1986)

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