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Discordant Development and Insecurity in Africa

Many African countries are now showing sustained economic growth. Not to be overlooked, however, are the persistent security dilemmas in many parts of the continent exacerbated by “discordant development.” Addressing these troubling problems of secu…

Ghana: The Burden of Debt Service Payment under Structural Adjustment

"The purpose of this study is to explore in detail the implications of Ghana's external indebtedness for sustained economic growth. The focus of the analysis is on debt in the 1983-1990 period during which Ghana pursued an economic recovery programm…

Against The Odds: Achieving the MDGs in Rwanda

"In the last five years Rwanda has made dramatic development progress. There has been sustained economic growth and the signs of economic transformation noted in 2005 have been confirmed. There has been a continued growth in non-farm employment and …

Trade Patterns in the SADC Region: Key Issues for the FTA

"This policy brief examines trade patterns in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) over the period 1980 to 1997. Perhaps the most notable conclusion about trade trends in the region is the rather disturbing lack of trend. Trade pattern…

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