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Gary Littlejohn looks at the incredible research output of the radical Mozambican Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Economicos (IESE). The Institute has succeeded in organising nine annual conferences already under what have been at times difficult circumstances, run by a fairly small research unit that...

ROAPE's Alastair Fraser writes about the recent contested elections in Zambia. He explains that without mobilized social movements making demands on the state, without mass-membership political parties which represent substantive political interests and projects, without citizens excited by a belief in the possibility of transforming...

In reflections on her fieldwork in South Africa, Asanda Benya writes about the difficulties and insights she gained while researching underground female mine-workers. Asanda argues that maintaining a distance, or being detached, was not a possible or morally available option, her research demanded that she...

Leo Zeilig's blog looks at the events that took place in Burkina Faso during and immediately after the military coup in September last year. The defeat of the coup was the result of extraordinary protests and popular struggles; Burkina Faso's second uprising in less than...