The performance of African economies, in the past fifty years, has been cyclical. Economic expansion was followed by contraction, growth by decline and, a result, Africa has never been able to capitalize on its own socio-economic successes. From 2000 onward, African economies have experienced sustained strong growth. And the articles collected in this volume were written because it is clear that Africa finds itself once again at the crossroads.
Three Challenges for Africa
Elections in Africa: Some Considerations
A Turning Point for Africa?
Humanitarian Catastrophe in South Sudan
Review of Umberto Eco, The book of legendary lands
Stability is a Prerequisite for Development
Some Reflections on Term Limits
Two Prerequisites for Development
A Simple Lesson for Africa
Corruption in Africa
Two Challenges for Africa’s Development
Responsible Leadership and Institutionalization: This is What Africa Needs
The Costs of Falling Oil Prices: The Case of Nigeria
Instability: A Threat for tanzania?
Corruption and Trust in African Legislatures
The 2015 Tanzanian Elections
Culture is the Key
The importance of women in Parliament: evidence from Africa
Corruption Measures: a Reflection
A Culture-Based Approach to Development
Better Corruption Measures Needed
Corruption and Trust: the Case of African Legislatures
Le economie africane crescono e continueranno a farlo (salvo imprevisti)
Lo Strano Caso del Gabon
The Mark of a True Leader
War is Not (Yet) a Problem
African Solutions for Africa’s Problems
South Sudan: No Justice without Accountability
What is the best way forward for African economies?
Tourism and the Economy of Togo
Political Development, not Military Action
Magufuli and the Press
The Strange Case of Equatorial Guinea
Do the Right Thing!
African Union realizes Africa is the future
From Atlantis to Mauritia
South Africa, Immigration, Xenophobia
More Troubles for South Sudan?
The Party is over... but is it?