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In this blog the co-ordinator and editor of Afriques en Lutte, Paul Martial, explains the background to French involvement in Africa and the origins of their radical initiatives and the collaboration between ROAPE and Afriques en Lutte. ...

In this exploration of solidarity Graham Harrison seeks to go beyond the stultifying formality of cultural relativism and the universalisms of liberalism and social justice. He suggests that more pragmatic and situated approaches to solidarity and struggle would repay far better than searches for...

Sam Moyo, who died in car accident in India on 21 November, was a longstanding member and contributor to ROAPE and co-founder and Executive Director of the African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS) in Harare. Here we post three tributes to Sam. A selection of...

The first essay in our special issue on Radical Agendas in South Africa argues that the liberation struggle that culminated in 1994 and saw the emergence of a formally democratic South Africa and a population apparently liberated from oppression and, theoretically, from penury, has not...