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8 January 1999: Robert Mugabe’s corrupt regime at work in the Congo.
The US deciding to quit the World Trade Organisation is far from a remote possibility.
A court order to unseal François Mitterand's archive on Rwanda could force a reappraisal of the country's recent history.
The New Statesman's creative editor selects images from photographers across the globe.
The Agribusiness Vulnerability Index spells out the devastating impact of Covid-19 upon sectors in developing economies.
The humanitarian and economic disaster facing poorer countries as they grapple with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Disease specialists have been banned by the South African government from speaking to the media about Covid-19, amid abuses across the world.
The former president's successors have done little to change the systems that kept him in power for three decades.
Global warming has created the conditions for vast swarms of insects on a scale not seen in living memory.
The emergence of China as a power player in the development world has yet to sink in among British policymakers.
The award recognises the peace deal between the two countries, but many in Eritrea see it as premature.