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Articles from New African (January 1, 2017)

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'Democracy delivered by economic inclusion': The Kenyan head of UNCTAD, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, spoke to New African's J. P. O'Malley about the role of his agency given the current wave of global populism and the threat to multilateral trade agreements. O'Malley, J.P. 2348
'WE HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE AT CAF'-AMRANI. Interview 1654
Accra The rising star of West Africa: Between Abidjan, the emerging hub of West Africa, and Lagos, Nigeria's bustling commercial capital, Accra my often be overlooked, but it is the fast-rising star of West Africa, both as a business and a tourist hotspot, Sinem Bilen-Onabanjo gives us the lowdown. Bilen-Onabanjo, Sinem Travel narrative 1193
Africa and the world in 2017. Kantai, Porselelo Editorial 719
Africa's lessons for Trump's America. Pailey, Robtel Neajai 717
Amina Mohamed The consensus candidate. Interview 2876
Big Brother is watching: With 200,000 views per episode, the Nairobi Nest Collective's subversive online TV show, Tuko Macho suggests that innovative low-budget initiatives have a ready audience despite the censors' best efforts. Lebo, Jackie 1413
Castro and Africa: A tribute to a great supporter of Africa's liberation. Brief article 106
COLOUR BAR. Brief article 268
Congolese uranium and the Cold War. Williams, Susan 1599
FAKE EMBASSY BUSTED. Brief article 143
FALCONS REIGN SUPREME: Against the odds, Nigeria's Super Falcons lifted their eighth African women's title in Cameroon, in a tournament judged to be one of the best organised and attended in recent times. Usher Komugisha reports. Komugisha, Usher 1060
FOOTBALL DOES NOT BEGIN WITH FOOTBALLERS. Obayiuwana, Osasu 551
FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BRAVE: There are no clear favourites in Gabon, which will be one of the most open tournaments in recent times, writes Mark Gleeson. Gleeson, Mark 5099
GIRAFFES ENDANGERED. Brief article 109
Good night, good knight. Ankomah, Baffour Obituary 1429
HIV/Aids vaccine launch. Brief article 110
Infrastructure: Breaking the cycle: Why the single biggest stumbling block to Africa's progress is the state of Africa's infrastructure and how to surmount it. Versi, Anver 1137
IVORY. Brief article 231
JANUARY EVENTS 2017. Calendar 223
Life in a STATE OF EMERGENCY: With the clampdown on the internet, restrictions on movement, and ethnic tensions growing, James Jeffrey finds that the OUZO in the dives around the Piazza continues to flow, and the bubble that is Addis Ababa is a sealed world with little relation to the hinterland. Jeffrey, James 1945
Lumumba, Hammarskjold and the Cold War in the Congo. Melber, Henning 2473
MAHREZ ALGERIA'S NEW TALISMAN: After helping Leicester to an unexpected English title, Riyad Mahrez (pictured) is expected to lead the Algerian renaissance at the Nations Cup, as Maher Mezahi, our man in Algiers, explains. Mezahi, Maher 1396
My long march to freedom. Wanner, Zukiswa Essay 1208
No defence for Paramount? Letter to the editor 155
REMEMBERING THE 'MAN OF ASMARA': Ivorian Laurent Pokou, the legendary marksman, who scored five goals in a single 1970 Cup of Nations match--a 46-year unbroken record--recently passed away in Abidjan, at the age of 69. Frank Simon looks back at his incredible career, in Africa and Europe. Simon, Frank 1004
Rewriting history, rescuing the truth. Melber, Henning; Wardrop, David; Williams, Susan 1129
Seven reasons why Akufo--Addo won and how Mahama lost. Annan, Kobi; Amoah-Darkwa, Emmanuel Essay 1446
SOUTH SUDAN. Book review 244
The big Bots diamond rip-off. Sharife, Khadija 2075
The challenge of poverty. Brief article 106
The drama of non-drama. Akomolafe, Femi; Duodu, Cameron Cover story 1955
The importance of infrastructure. Shah, Kokil Letter to the editor 131
The institution of stew: In the first of a series of excerpts we will be running this year in conjunction with Cassava Republic Press, we publish a chapter from Yemisi Aribisala's latest book on food culture in Nigeria. Aribisala, Yemisi Excerpt 2386
The killings in Kasese. Bisiika, Asuman 1350
The legislation of imperial arrogance: African countries leaving the ICC expose the Court's true colours. Diop, Boubacar Boris 1344
The politics of giving--and receiving: Trumpism and the anti-immigration and white nationalist populism convulsing Europe will mean less attention and support for Africa in 2017. Self-reliance is firmly on the agenda again. Wambu, Onyekachi 650
THE RISE OF AFRICA'S MIDDLE CLASS. Brief article 239
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. Book review 246
Trump, refugees and America's unresolved past. Serumaga, Kalundi 1454
War games in the Sahel. Keenan, Jeremy H. Cover story 2900
WHY COMRADES GO TO WAR. Brief article 238

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