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In Africa’s southern states, land remains a deeply emotive issue, an open wound harkening back to days of apartheid and colonialism. In post-apartheid South Africa, it is estimated whites own 67% of the land (while they are 8% of its population). I...

The Last Vestige of Apartheid? Land Politics After Mugabe

In Africa’s southern states, land remains a deeply emotive issue, an open wound harkening back to days of apartheid and colonialism. In post-apartheid South Africa, it is estimated whites own 67% of the land (while they are 8% of its population). I...

As violence continues to plague war-torn South Sudan, even after efforts at ceasefires, refugees continue to pour out of the world’s newest country into the surrounding region. To date, up to 2 million displaced individuals have sought sanctuary in...

Refugees and Infectious Diseases

As violence continues to plague war-torn South Sudan, even after efforts at ceasefires, refugees continue to pour out of the world’s newest country into the surrounding region. To date, up to 2 million displaced individuals have sought sanctuary in...

Some argue that the historical and current bloodshed of Western imperialism has transformed the English language into a universal tool of communication. Through centuries of colonialism, neocolonialism, Cold War expansionism, and, most recently, glob...

The Linguistic Colonialism of English

Some argue that the historical and current bloodshed of Western imperialism has transformed the English language into a universal tool of communication. Through centuries of colonialism, neocolonialism, Cold War expansionism, and, most recently, glob...

Marching in platoons and consuming all in its path, the formidable fall armyworm decimates crops in the Americas and Southern Africa each year. Named for its feeding habits, the armyworm is a one and a half to two-inch caterpillar with the power to c...

Armyworms and the Attack on Zambian Agriculture

Marching in platoons and consuming all in its path, the formidable fall armyworm decimates crops in the Americas and Southern Africa each year. Named for its feeding habits, the armyworm is a one and a half to two-inch caterpillar with the power to c...