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ARI in the News

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The World Weekly, 3 February 2017

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was quoted by The World Weekly on the factors which promoted ECOWAS to intervene in support of a political transition in The Gambia.
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Quartz Africa, 27 January 2017

Some of our speakers to our webinar hosted with Zitamar News were quoted in Quartz Africa's article on Mozambique's debt.
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Radio France International, 16 January 2017

ARI Senior Researcher, Nick Branson, explained how the appointment of a new vice-president disrupted existing power dynamics in Côte d’Ivoire, prompting agitation by former rebel commanders.
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The World Weekly, 13 January 2017

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was interviewed by the World Weekly on Côte d’Ivoire’s military mutiny and its links to recent constitutional reforms.
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Bloomberg, 18 December 2016

Senior Researcher, Nick Branson, was quoted on the dynamics underpinning the selection of parliamentary candidates and tensions between the parties in the ruling RHDP alliance.
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Africa Check, 12 December 2016

ARI Senior Researcher Nick Branson was quoted [in French] by fact-checking website, Africa Check, on the subject of incumbent presidents conceding defeat.
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Radio France International, 30 August 2016

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was quoted on the proxy war between South Africa’s president and his finance minister, and its likely impact on the ruling African National Congress.
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BBC World Service, 16 August 2016

Policy Researcher Jamie Hitchen spoke to the BBC World Service about the role for cash transfers in Africa
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Radio France International, 15 August 2016

Senior Researcher Nick Branson was interviewed by RFI on the fourth anniversary of the death of 34 striking miners at Markinana.
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World Politics Review, 10 August 2016

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was quoted on the absence of policy debates in Zambia’s election campaign and lingering questions over the credibility of a newly-established constitutional court responsible for hearing electoral petitions.