Africa: Environmental degradation
August 5, 2011, No Comments

Niger Delta oil damage needs decades, $1 billion to fix The environmental damage from oil spills in the small Ogoniland ...

Somalia
July 18, 2011, No Comments

NYT Somalia Archives BBC Somalia Q&A: Somalia has experienced almost constant conflict since the collapse of its cen ...

Wednesday Night #1528
June 15, 2011, No Comments

Our special guest, Flora Igoki Terah of Kenya, made this an exceptional and riveting evening. Flora’s intensely pe ...

Rwanda
May 26, 2011, No Comments

UN team helps nab Rwandan militia leader The Rwandan militia leader accused of masterminding the 100-day genocide in 199 ...

Aid, development and progress 2010
December 27, 2010, No Comments

Haitian leader says reconstruction is flagging The international community, by channeling aid money into Haiti through o ...

Wednesday Night #1488
September 8, 2010, 1 Comment

Wednesday Night never fails to surprise – and usually delight – us. This one was no exception, despite the m ...

Conflict minerals
July 24, 2010, No Comments

With thanks to David Kilgour for bringing this to our attention. This is the first time that we have seen the topic rais ...

Why Baobab?
July 23, 2010, No Comments

A charming piece that explains the origins of the title of The Economist’s new Africa blog. We have been fascinate ...

Wednesday Night #1481
July 21, 2010, No Comments

Wednesday-Night.com for photos and more Ron Meisels was warmly congratulated on the recent announcement of the Caldwell ...

Invest in agriculture
April 6, 2010, No Comments

More on Agriculture & Food Emergent Asset Management How science could spark a second Green Revolution (CSM) To figh ...