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Unpacking the Zimbabwe Crisis

"This situation report focuses on the progress of the IG in fulfilling the terms of the power-sharing agreement signed September 2008, as this is the benchmark by which progress should ultimately be measured. It begins by outlining the political c…

Signs of crisis in Zimbabwe

"The current economic crisis in Zimbabwe, largely induced by inept government policy, will not be resolved in the near term. However, there is, at present, no overwhelming threat to the continued rule by Robert Mugabe and he will probably continue …

Zimbabwe: Pointers and policies for the future

"This update makes eight points regarding Zimbabwe, three of which focus on the nature and implications of the internal situation, the remainder on the policy difficulties and permutations that SA has in dealing with this crisis. The conclusion atte…

Algeria: The military versus the Mosque

This document describes the political consequences of the military coup d’etat in Algeria in January 1992. The roots of the crisis are traced to Algerian economic problems caused by the socialist government. Although Algeria is currently under milit…

South Africa’s Economic Slowdown and Its Policy Options

The economic picture in South Africa is clear and well known: low economic growth, high unemployment rates, and constrained fiscal policy threatened by rating agencies. The causes of such situations are diverse and both internal and external. How ca…

Safeguarding Sudan’s Revolution

Sudan has swung between hope and despair since 11 April, when the most sustained civilian protest movement in the country’s modern history swept Omar al-Bashir from power. Many Sudanese celebrated Bashir’s ouster, seeing him as responsible for econo…

African Economies Post Covid-19: Beyond Emotion, Bold Economic Policies

Covid-19 has a far-reaching impact and is imposing a slowdown on the world economy, raising fears of the worst consequences on production, jobs and the immediate future of developing economies. Fiscal and monetary authorities around the world are en…

Les Cycles économiques ont-ils un Effet Asymétrique sur le Chômage et la Pauvreté ? Cas du Maroc / Do Economic Cycles have an Asymmetrical Effect on Unemployment and Poverty ? The Case of Morocco.

Title translated in English: Do economic Cycles have an asymmetrical effect on unemployment and poverty ? Case of Morocco. This paper evaluates the asymmetric effects of economic cycles on unemployment and poverty in Morocco, through a VAR model est…

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