By His Excellency Joaquim Alberto Chissano President of the Republic
of Mozambique and Chairperson of the African Union on the Occasion
of the 3rd Au Summit
Speech of His Excellency, President Olusegun Obasanjo, on His
Election As The Chairman of the Assembly of the African Union - 6
By Mr. Alpha Oumar Konare, Chairperson of the Commission of the
African Union, on the Occasion of the Opening of the Third Ordinary
Session of the Assembly of the African Union
Seizing sovereignty in
Africa. BBC News. 1 July 2004. Recent conflicts in Sudan, Liberia
and Ivory Coast have ignited discussion about foreign intervention
in failing states.
Should bad leaders be removed by force? 25 June
BBC News Online Debate.
Power in Iraq has been now
formally handed over to an interim Iraqi government by the occupying
Public service key to NEPAD's
success. 24 June 2004. The
Secretary-General commented that the four pillars of NEPAD -- peace
and security; democracy and good governance; regional co-operation
and integration; and capacity-building -- parallel the Millennium
Development Goals and the goals of the
Key to the
Success of NEPAD is Public Service. 23
June 2004. Commonwealth News and Information
How deep is corruption in Africa?
18 June 2004.
BBC News Online Debate.
In Nigeria, the
international oil giant Shell admitted that it inadvertently fed
conflict, poverty and corruption through its oil activities in the
Africa Wants (Public Opinion Survey). 16 June 2004. Richard Dowden.
The Guardian (UK). A third of
Africans feel worse off this year than last and half feel the world
is going in the wrong direction, according to a survey of nearly
8,000 Africans to be published
African Leaders Seek G8 Follow-Through. 10 June 2004.
G8 and African Leadership in the War on
AIDS and Extreme Poverty. 07 June 2004.
Building a Better Africa. 09 June 2004. Thabo Mbeki. The Washington
Launches Peer Review Test With Ghana.
June 2004. World Bank Press
Rating Plan Will Act As Sanction. 04
June 2004. Nasreen Seria. Business Day (South
Business leaders said yesterday that a proposed rating
system for African countries would act as a sanction for errant
nations. This would force countries to toe the line in the absence
of a formalised system under the New Partnership for African
Chissano Urges World to Note Positive Changes in Africa.
Participants hear of success stories and action plans on closing day
of Africa Economic Summit.
4 June 2004. World Economic
Africa Economic Summit 2004: Engaging Business in
Development. Maputo, Mozambique 2-4 June 2004. Press Releases,
What’s Holding Back Africa’s
Growth? World Economic Forum. 03 June
African Leadership for
Tomorrow. World Economic Forum. 03 June
Report Says Africa's Growth Was Worst Economic Tragedy Of 20th
Century. World Bank Press Review.
Should be Punished Too, Says South African Finance Minister:
Companies involved in corruption should be "named and shamed".
World Economic Forum. 03 June 2004.
Over Africa's Future: African leaders at Africa Economic Summit 2004
express hopes for continent's future. World Economic Forum. 03
Africa Competitiveness Report
Release: Africa Competitiveness Report 2004 - Identifying Problems
and Offering Solutions to Africa's Economic Performance. Press
Release. 2 June 2004. World Economic Forum. Index ranks 25 African
nations on competitiveness.
Africa: "No Place to Hide" (Blair Commission). 03 June 2004.
African 'No' to Stronger Peer
Review. 03 June 2004.
Business Day (South
Africa). Rob Rose and Nasreen Seria. Call by business to rein in
errant governments is dismissed by leaders. African leaders have
dismissed calls for the continent's peer review mechanism to be
given additional muscle to censure errant
workshops to focus attention on NEPAD.
A New Face For US Aid? (MCA).
June 2004. eAfrica
Journal / South African Institute
Prosperity, and Security: The G8 Partnership with Africa: Sea Island
2004 and Beyond. May 2004. A Council on Foreign Relations Special Report. J.
Brian Atwood and Robert S. Browne, Co-Chairs. Princeton N. Lyman,
Infrastructure, food top NEPAD development
concern. 24 May 2004. Xinhua News
Companies 'shirking' their NEPAD
May 2004. Rob Rose. Business Day (South Africa)
Africa's economy: Doing
the sums on Africa. Jeffrey Sachs. The Economist. 20 May
2004. Small amounts spent on
promoting Africa's economy can save billions and make the West more
Gets a Nudge: Maputo Meeting Refines Africa's Development
Agenda. 20 May 2004. Michael van Winden. eAfrica - The Electronic Journal of
Governance and Innovation. South African Institute of International Affairs NEPAD and
Governance project. African and Western
policymakers refine agenda for continent's
Report on ECA/OECD “Mutual Review of Development
Georges Ogboro. Economic Commission for Africa. 19 May
of Recent Economic and Social Conditions in Africa. Agustin Fosu.
Commission for Africa.18 May 2004.
Addressing Nigeria's Economic Problems and the Islamist
Terrorist Threat. 19 May 2004. Ariel Cohen
and Brett D. Schaefer. Heritage
African solutions. BBC
News. 16 May 2004. The Libyan leader tells a regional
summit in Mali that outside powers should not intervene in Africa's
Africa: Deepening Regional
Integration. 06 May 2004.
Development Policy Management
Commission's uphill task. BBC
News. 04 May 2004. Steve Schifferes.
the challenges facing Africa? BBC
News. Forum/Opinions. 04 May 04 New plan
tackles Africa problems.
News. 03 May 04
Review: Africa's Lost Decades - A
Reporter's Lament. Akwe Amosu. April 23, 2004. allAfrica.com
Pan-African Parliament now a reality. Gumisai Mutume. Africa Recovery, April
Development and Governance in Africa to Counter Terrorism. April
stable Africa, Zimbabwe needs a change of leadership. 02 April 2004. Todd Moss. Center for Global
Oil Tycoons. Daphne Eviatar. The Nation (USA).
12 April 2004. Western firms and government
leaders, not the people, benefit from Angola's
Transparency in the African Oil Sector. March 2004. A Report of
the CSIS Task Force on Rising U.S. Energy Stakes in Africa. Center
for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington, DC.
Cochairs: David L. Goldwyn, J. Stephen Morrison. The CSIS Task Force
on Rising U.S. Energy Stakes in Africa project.
Accountability and Transparency in Africa’s Oil Sector: Reform
Efforts in Nigeria, Angola, and Sao Tomé and Principe - Conference
Agenda. The CSIS Task Force on “Rising U.S. Energy Stakes in
Africa”. Center for Strategic and International Studies. March 30,
Start, Moammar. Just a Couple of Other Things... 28 March
2004. Tom Donnelly and Vance
Serchuk. The Washington Post.
...The latest addition to the Bush-Blair alliance in the war on
terrorism is -- we're not making this up -- Col. Moammar Gaddafi.
Blair Hails New Libyan Relations. 25 March 2004. BBC
Is Blair Right to Visit Libya? Opinions. BBC
Rising to the
Challenge of Good Governance in Liberia. 26 March 2004. Tamela
NEPAD Peer Review. 26 March 2004. James Macharia. The East African Standard (Kenya)
for Transparency: Coming Clean on Oil, Mining and Gas Revenues.
25 March 2004. Global Witness Limited (London). Revenue
Transparency: A Priority for Good Governance and Energy Security
President's Aide Reacts to Global Witness Report. 25 March 2004.
Is Blair's New
Africa Commission Letting the Cat Out of the Bag? 24 March 2004. Chinua
African Leaders Draw
Code of Ethics. Mshenga Mwacardo. The
Nation (Kenya). 22 March 2004.
Africa's New Challenge: Making Peace Pay. 21 March 2004. The World Bank. An
outbreak of peace gives West Africa’s 245 million people hope for a
more prosperous future.
ECOWAS Leaders, World Bank Head Push Regional Approaches On
Trade, Infrastructure and
Editorial: No Sovereignty Without Good
Governance. March 2004. eAfrica
Journal / South African Institute
of International Affairs
What Can Stop Africa's Brain
Drain? 19 March
2004. BBC News.
year hundreds of African students and professionals leave the
continent for studies or to seek greener pastures
unity becomes reality.
18 March 2004.
African Union Parliament Set Up.
March 2004. African parliamentarians will for the first time debate on
continental-wide issues at a new Pan-African
Women Launch New Leadership Institute. 17 March 2004.
Capacity Development: The Role of Regional
Integration Groupings. UNCTAD
meeting with regional integration organizations from Africa, Asia,
Latin America and the Caribbean to discuss training and capacity
development strategies in the fields of international trade,
investment and ICT for development. 15-19 March 2004.
Statement of Mr. K.Y. Amoako, Executive Secretary of the
Economic Commission for Africa at the Opening of the Fourth Ordinary
Session of the Executive Council of the African
Union. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,
15 March 2004.
Poverty and Inequality: A Question of
13 March 2004.
The Economist. The toll of global poverty is a scandal. But
deploring economic “injustice” is no
Economic Inequality: More or Less Equal? 13 March 2004. The Economist. Is economic inequality around the world
getting better or worse?
for Unified African Voice on IMF.
March 2004. Helmo Preuss. Business Day
African Leaders Take Stock, Project Into Future.
Charles Ozoemena. The Vanguard (Nigeria). 12 March
Separate NEPAD from African Union’s Jurisdiction - New Threat to
Regional Integration?. 12 March
2004. Third World Network -
meeting of African Governors on voice and participation of
developing and transition countries in the Bretton Woods
11-12 March 2004.
of the President of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki
Dangerous Treasure. 10 March 2004. Korinna Horta and Delphine
Djiraibe. The Washington Post. Oil production in African
countries has often brought, instead of prosperity, greater poverty,
destruction of the environment and violent
Venezuela Top List On Economic, Political Risk Survey. 10 March
2004. Ifeanyi Ugwuadu. The Vanguard (Nigeria). AllAfrica.com
Ready to Begin Reviewing African Countries.
09 March 2004.
African Partnership In War on Terror. 08 March 2004. Charles
Cobb Jr. AllAfrica.com.
Trained African Armies Key to Terror Fight in Africa, Says US
European Command Deputy
and the African State. 08 March 2004. Trevor Manuel,
Minister of Finance, Republic of South Africa. Inaugural Global
Economic Governance Lecture, Oxford
Botswana and NEPAD and the APRM: Two Official
Perspectives. 06 Mar 2004. Modise Modise, Permanent Secretary for
African Growth Overtakes Global
Growth. 05 March 2004. Standard Chartered
NEPAD: African Leaders & Experts at
Loggerheads. 05 March 2004. Peter Fabricius. The Star
African leaders and the
experts running the Nepad African Peer Review Mechanism are at
loggerheads. They disagree over whether or not their reports on
individual countries should be released to the public in their raw,
The Accra Declaration on Technology and Economic Growth
From the 3rd Annual InterCED Conference on ICT and
Economic Development, held in Accra, Ghana, from March 3 to March 5,
Peer Review Mechanism to Put Africa On Path to
Recovery. 04 March 2004.
Big States: Toward a New Realism. M. Ottaway, J. Herbst,
G. Mills. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Blair Launches Africa
February 2004. Tony Blair is to set
up a commission for Africa which will look at ways to resolve the
Transparency International urges African leaders
to sign and ratify AU and UN Anti-Corruption
Conventions. Press Release, 25
February 2004. Effective implementation of the AU and UN conventions
is a necessary step towards realizing the goals of the New
Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), says
The 'Peer Review' Mechanism. Daily Champion (Nigeria). 26
Africa: An Underwhelming Response To The
Pan-African Parliament. 26
February 2004. Moyiga Nduru. IPS-Inter Press
Service News -
Despotic Leaders Beware, Peer Review is
Here... Peter Mwangi Kagwanja.
The East African (Kenya). 23 February
NEPAD's 'Peer Review Mechanism'. Weekly Trust (Nigeria). 21 February 2004.
What is the value of NEPAD? Alex de Waal and Tajudeen Abdul Raheem. Africa Analysis, 20
Kufuor's Brave Decision (NEPAD Peer
Review). E. Ablorh-Odjidja.
Accra Mail (Ghana), 18 February 2004.
Strict New Rights Test for Africa's Revival
Bid. Jonathan Katzenellenbogen.18
February 2004. Business
Day (South Africa). Seventeen leaders sign new bid to
instil good governance on continent. African leaders meeting in
Kigali, Rwanda, at the weekend claimed a breakthrough in their
long-stated goal of submitting their nations' governance
and human rights records to
Can Peer Review Work in Africa?. BBC
News. 17 Feb 2004. African leaders now have a new
mechanism for monitoring each other's progress towards political and
economic reform but can it
Only 14 African States Pass Democracy Test. 19 February 2004.
Business Day (South
growth without democracy: NEPAD and Development. 12 Feb 2004.
Ivor Sarakinsky. Business Day (South
2003 Country Reports on Human Rights
Practices. US State Department. February 2004.
Why NEPAD and African Politics Don't Mix. Ian
Taylor, University of Botswana. Foreign Policy In
Focus. 16 February 2004
eAfrica - February
Enough Promises, Africa Needs To Set
Business Vision for Africa
Surveys Behind "A Business Vision for Africa"
of Graft In the Moi Era
Top Priorities: What The Surveys Say
Priorities for Nepad
Business From A Tangle of Red Tape
Needs Its Own G8 Now
What's Wrong with Africa? Marian L.
Tupy. February 9, 2004. Cato Institute.
Watch - World Report 2004: Africa on its
Human Rights Watch - World Report 2003:
Public Sector Leadership Capacity Development for
Good Governance in Africa. (Links
to: Final Report; Background Information & Papers; Seminar;
Participants; Speeches, Etc.). 27-30 January 2004, Kampala,
Survey: Sub-Saharan Africa.
Economist, 15 January
First get the basics
right Africa remains poor
mainly because of bad government, says Robert Guest. The remedies
look simple, but will be hard to
Mending sub-Saharan Africa. Bad
leadership has crippled Africa. But there are, at last, signs of
The rule of big men or the rule of
The Next Battleground in the Terror War. Lisa D. Cook. Hoover
Digest, Winter 2004. The failed states of Africa might only too
easily become a breeding ground for terrorism. It is time for us to
make certain that they
African Union: New wine in old
bottles. Mengisteab Tesfamikeal.
8 January 2004
Anniversary Conference Papers - Council for the Development of
Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). December
Elite Perspectives: AU and NEPAD: A comparative study across seven
African countries. H. Kotzé & C. Steyn, University of
Anniv. Conference Papers. Council for
the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA).
private sector has duty to NEPAD. Dec 22 2003. Dianna
Games. Business Day (South
Rival NEPAD business groups edge closer. Dec 10 2003 Jonathan Katzenellenbogen. Business Day (South
Making NEPAD Africa's Marshall Plan.
Dec 04 2003. Kuseni Dlamini. Business Day (South
NEPAD must walk the talk. Nov 17 2003. Richard Gibb and Greg Mills. Business Day (South Africa)
Commonwealth Snub of Mugabe a Good Start on Regime
Robert I. Rotberg. Christian Science Monitor. 04
The Roots of Africa's Leadership
Robert I. Rotberg.
Compass: A Journal of Leadership. October 2003. Belfer
Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy
School of Government, Harvard
The Economic Paradox of Ghana's Poverty. Michael M. Weinstein.
Financial Times, November 10, 2003.
African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM): An Assessment of Concept and
Ravi Kanbur. January
Commentary: The First Wave. August 2003. Ravi Kanbur,
University. Review of:
The New Partnership
for Africa’s Development (NEPAD): Internal and External Visions.
Rachel Hayman, Kenneth King and Simon McGrath (eds.). Centre for
African Studies, University of Edinburgh. 2003.
Challenge of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development, NEPAD.
Holger Bernt Hansen and Maj-Britt Johanssen (eds.). University of
Copenhagen, North/South Priority Research Area.
New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD): An Initial
(Revised version published in Politikon).
ideal faces test of reality. Oct 31 2003. Chinua Akukwe. Business Day (South
sector is key to success, NEPAD advised.
Oct 29 2003. Sello Motseta. Business Day (South
A New Partnership Emerges to Develop Africa.
Callisto Madavo, Vice President, Africa Region, World Bank.
International Herald Tribune/Asahi (Japan). 02 October
Pragmatism and the gradual shift from dependency
to neoliberalism: the World Bank, African leaders and development
policy in Africa. Francis
Owusu. World Development, October
Governing Nigeria: Continuing Issues After the
Elections. Conference Report.
2003. Deborah L. West, World Peace Foundation, John F. Kennedy
School Of Government, Harvard University. Africa Depends on
Nigeria; Governance: Questions of Structure and
Africa Foundation Wants African Union Scrapped. Ngumbao Kithi.
Daily Nation (Kenya), November 24,
Africa Needs Tough Love. George Ayittey. Wall Street Journal, July 15,
Failed Leadership [Various articles by
George Ayittey, The Free Africa
Africa Unchained: The Blueprint for Africa's
Africa in Chaos. George B. N. Ayittey. 1999. St. Martin's
Peer Review: Who Owns the Process?
October 2003. South African
Institute of International Affairs / eAfrica
Making the Millennium Challenge Account Work for
Africa - L. Brainard & A. Driscoll, Brookings
Africa and the World Bank : A Partnership for
World Bank. September 2003.
Next Steps for U.S. Africa Policy: A Debrief of President
Bush's Trip to Africa - Center for Global
Economic Forum - Africa Economic Summit 2003 - Africa Agenda
Monitor. June 2003
Foreword: Time for Action. Haiko Alfeld, Director,
Africa, World Economic Forum
Breaking the Loving Embrace: African Solutions for African
Problems. John G. Ruggie Professor of International Affairs,
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University,
NEPAD, the African Peer Review Mechanism and Political
Governance. Baroness Lynda Chalker of Wallasey, Chairman, Africa
Matters, United Kingdom
Economic Forum - Africa Economic Summit 2002 Africa Agenda
Monitor (on NEPAD). June
Powell Urges African Leaders to End Regional
Feuds. David Gollust, US State
Department. 27 June
Is There a Crisis of Leadership in
Africa? Ali Mufuruki (Chairman/CEO, Infotech Investment Group Ltd., Dar
es Salaam, Tanzania). Africa Leadership
Media Trust 1st Annual Dialogue: The vindication of
Achebe? Mohammed Haruna.
Nigeria’s requirement is
and Governance in Nigeria. Mahmud Tukur. Hodder & Stoughton
Book Review by Usman
Effective Leadership In Africa Under The
Day (South Africa), October 14,
African Studies Quarterly.
Volume 7, Issue 2 & 3,
At Issue: Responding to Kitching's Why I Left African Studies.
Jagged Fragments: Imperialism, Racism, Hurt, and
Obstacles, Challenges, and Consequences of Bringing
Democracy to Africa's Authoritarian
Marina S. Ottaway, Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace. May 29,
Knowledge and Technological Interaction: A Policy
Oriented Study of the African Union. Godwin Chukwudum Nwaobi. University of Abuja -
Department of Economics. May 2003
The African Union after the Durban 2002
Maxi Schoeman. 2003. Occasional Paper,
Centre of African Studies, University of
and Africa's Leaders are Leading Us to Nowhere. Herbert
Women Are Africa's Emerging Leadership
Class. Charles W. Corey. Africa News Service, August 16,
Leadership At the Peak - Africa Needs Dedicated
Leaders. George W
Nyabadza. Africa News Service, June 20,
African Leaders Assess African leadership. Harvard
Gazette. 22 May 2003. Purposefully, and without fanfare, 11 prominent
African leaders spent last weekend at the Kennedy School diagnosing
the dilemma of elected political leadership in
Can NEPAD quell Afro-pessimism? 29 April 2003. Christine Thompson and Paul
Bell. Business Day
The UNECA and Good Governance In
Africa. United Nations
Economic Commission for Africa. Harvard International Development
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Nigeria: Bellwether of African Democracy. O. Carl Unegbu. World Policy Journal. Spring 2003
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February 2003. Brookings Institution. Policy Brief
Governance, Regional Integration and Development in
Africa. Adebayo Ninalowo.
2003. Development Policy Management Forum, Addis
Corruption and Poverty: A Review of Recent
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Chetwynd, B. Spector. January
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A Yardstick for the Best and Worst of Africa.
25 November 2002. Robert I. Rotberg. Financial
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Robert I. Rotberg. Christian Science Monitor.
New Breed of African Leader. 9
January 2002. Robert I. Rotberg. Christian Science
NEPAD A New Dawn For Africa? CEOs' Views on the
Chances of a Successful African Development
Initiative. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2002.
Governing the African Development Process: The Challenge
of the New Partnership for Africa's Development
2002. Occasional Paper,
Centre of African Studies, University of
The puppet master's strings. October 17, 2002.
Aminatta Forna. The
Guardian (UK). While African leaders are more accountable to
the west than their own people, democracy will flounder.
African leaders how to bow out. Michael M. Phillips. The Wall
Street Journal, August 27, 2002
African Leaders and the New African
Union. Olanrewaju Lawrence. This
Day (Nigeria), September 1,
Can we trust them this
time? Olusegun Adeniyi. Africa News Service, This Day (Nigeria),
Africa Still Seeking a Winning Formula. Greg Mills And Jonathan Oppenheimer.
(Johannesburg, South Africa), August 16, 2002.
the African Union. Addis Tribune (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), August 9,
Development Through Democracy. Jennifer L. Windsor. The New York
Times, July 19, 2002.
Ideas & Trends; A Hint of the Coming Battle for Africa's
Rachel L. Swarns.
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Leaders Drop Old Group for One That Has Power.
Rachel L. Swarns. The New York Times, July 9, 2002.
The G-8 and Africa: A Kernel of Hope. Marina Ottaway, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace,
Africa's Grand Vision Needs Early Successes. Jonathan Katzenellenbogen. Business Day
(Johannesburg, South Africa), July 01,
Promoting Economic Development in Africa through
Accountability and Good Governance. Hearing Before the
Committee on International Relations, US House Of Representatives.
107th Congress. June 27,
Could Africa Be Like
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The New Partnership for Africa's Development and the
Global Political Economy: Towards an African Century or Another
False Start. Ian Taylor.
Paper presented at
the Conference on Africa and the Development Challenges of the New
Millennium, Accra, Ghana, April 23-26,
Alternative Strategy for Africa's Sustainable Economic Development:
the Case of non-NEPAD Approach,
Tetteh Kofi. Paper
presented at the Conference on Africa and the Development Challenges
of the New Millennium, Accra, Ghana, April 23-26,
Africa's Development: Can Aid Dependence Be Avoided? Kwasi Anyemedu. Paper presented at the Conference on Africa and the
Development Challenges of the New Millennium, Accra, Ghana, 23-26
and the Challenge of Poverty: NEPAD, Post-Washington Consensus and
Beyond. Jimi O. Adesina.
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Development Challenges of the New Millennium, Accra, Ghana, 23-26
Tough World Out There for Africa's Latest
Toddler. John Dludlu.
Business Day (South
Africa), March 25, 2002. The past month has been a tough one for
Africa's latest toddler, the New Partnership for Africa's
Development or Nepad. The main troubles now threatening its
wellbeing are family
Africanism: Good for Africa? Will New Leadership
Emerge?. Chris Chatteris. Commonweal, July 12,
Africa in Conflict Over Democratic
Barrack Muluka. Africa News Service, July
7, 2002. The East African Standard
Africa's leaders and the crisis in
Zimbabwe. Ian Taylor.
Contemporary Review, June, 2002.
Africa creeps along path to democracy; but corruption and
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Assisting Good Governance and Democracy: A Learning Process -
Reflections on Developments in Africa.
Conference at the GTZ House Berlin on 27 May 2002, organized by BMZ
and IDEA (International Institute for Democracy and Electoral
The Plight of African States and Good
Governance. 2002. The Japan Institute of International
Affairs. Sadaharu Kataoka
Africa Does Not Need Foreign Aid But Committed
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Obasanjo says Africa is not
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New Leadership Bringing Change to
Africa. Martha Lagace. Harvard
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Governance, Democracy and Development in Africa: A
Cultural Approach. Ghana
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Reducing Poverty in Africa Needs Good Leadership.
Africa News Service, Dec 7,
A Rogues' Gallery.
Canada and the World Backgrounder, December 1,
Pan-Africanism, Democracy and Leadership In Africa: The
Continuing Legacy For The New Millennium. Ali A. Mazrui. The Institute of Global Cultural Studies,
Binghamton University, State University of New
Africa 'not lucky' in democracy. Ali A. Mazrui. The Namibian. April 23,
Faces a Serious Leadership Crisis, Says
Kaunda. Africa News Service.
The Leadership Factor in African Policy Reform and
Growth. Clive Gray and Malcolm
McPherson. Economic Development & Cultural
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Quality of Leadership in
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Risk, Rule, and Reason in Africa. Arthur A. Goldsmith. African Economic Policy
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& International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government,
The Heart of the Matter. The Economist,
May 13, 2000. Africa's biggest problems stem from its present
leaders. But they were created by African society and history.
Callisto Madavo (VP, Africa
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A Good Time for
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Africa's New Leaders: Democracy or State
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Think Again: Africa. Marina Ottaway. Foreign
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The Other Africa: An End to
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Africa: On the Move?
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