Foreign Affairs (July/August 2015) - The Plunder of Africa: How Everybody Holds the Continent Back, by Howard W. FrenchDiscussions about the fate of Africa have long had a cyclical quality. That is especially the case when it comes to the question of how to explain the regions persistent underdevelopment. At times, the dominant view has stressed the importance of centuries of exploitation by outsiders, from the distant past all the way to the present.
STUDY RELATED TO THE LOCAL INTEGRATION - PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITY ACTORS AND ADVANTAGES OF THE SUB REGIONAL NELSAP HYDRO-ELECTRICITY AND INTERCONNECTION OF PROJECTSsee attachment
The Political Economy of State-building in Situations of Fragility and Conflict: from Analysis to Strategy (Louise Anten, Ivan Briscoe and Marco Mezzera)A synthesis paper based on studies of Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Guatemala, Kosovo and Pakistan
Economic policy and agrarian crisin, DRC 1960/90, by KALALA Kamwanyasee attachment
Alternative Management Models and Finance Mechanisms for Sustainable Forest Use in the Democratic Republic of CongoMeeting Report
Alison Hoare, October 2008