African Arguments (London)

A multi-blogging site that covers both contemporary events and develops debates on themes important to the continent.

Website: http://africanarguments.org


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  • Nigeria: Je Suis Nigeria [analysis]

    The great surge of marchers in Paris on Sunday was impressive and very moving but what was it for? We know what it was against: murdering cartoonists - or anyone else - is a bad... Read more »

  • Somalia: A Man of Good Hope - Review [book review]

    If this tale were a novel it would be unconvincing. Fate seems to conspire against Abdullahi Asad at every turn. He is a good man, intelligent and industrious. His lodestar dream... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Filling Up the War Chest - the Economy and the 2015 Elections [analysis]

    As the politics of fear continues to rise in the prelude to the 2015 general elections, little attention is being paid to examining the impact that Nigeria's recent economic crunch... Read more »



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January 05

  • Africa: African Arguments Book of the Year

    On the last day of 'business' for the RAS in 2014 we announced our winner of the 'African Arguments Book of the Year' for 2014 (non-fiction). This was picked from books read and... Read more »



December 22, 2014

  • South Africa: President Zuma Shores Up His Defences [analysis]

    This is a bad time for South Africa. It has just been reported that the country is losing $12 billion through illegal outflows of capital. The economy narrowly missed being given... Read more »

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