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Declining influence?

Africans regard China’s influence as significant and positive, but slipping

More in Dispatch 407


At all costs

Dissatisfied young Senegalese cite jobs as main reason to consider emigration

More in Dispatch 405 (only available in French)

Tolerance and tensions

Does political polarization threaten the Gambia’s social cohesion?

More in Dispatch 404

Police problems

Citizens’ negative perceptions extend well beyond Nigeria’s @EndSARS

More in Dispatch 403


Bad job on jobs

Africans increasingly dissatisfied with government efforts on their top priority: unemployment

More in Dispatch 402

Trust in institutions in Angola

Religious and traditional leaders and the military could be trusted allies in the fight against COVID-19

More in Dispatch 401 (English version) and Dispatch 401 (Portuguese version)


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