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The Somaliland Sun, 13 May 2017

Africa Research Institute Q&A with H.E Dr Sa’ad Ali Shire, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Somaliland, was covered in the Somaliland Sun.
Sunday Times South Africa
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The Sunday Times (South Africa), 14 May 2017

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was quoted in a story on the audit of Mozambique’s hidden debts.
Radio France International
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Radio France Internationale, 13 May 2017

ARI Senior Researcher, Nick Branson, was interviewed by RFI regarding the renewed military mutinies in Cote d’Ivoire.
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The Sunday Times (South Africa), 30 April 2017

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, quoted on the politics behind Mozambique’s debt crisis in the Business Times – a supplement of the Sunday Times, South Africa’s most-read weekly newspaper.
Hakainde Hichilema
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The World Weekly, 20 April 2017

Nick Branson, Senior Researcher, was interviewed by The World Weekly on political developments in Zambia and Hakainde Hichilema's recent arrest.
Uganda parliament
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Spotlight Africa, 1 April 2017

Jamie Hitchen, Policy Researcher, was interviewed by KPFK's Spotlight Africa on Uganda, Museveni, and the possibility of succession.
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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.