Monthly Archives: December 2012

From the Publisher

In this issue of the monitor, we cover the situation in the democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) that is once again in the international spotlight because of the capture of the eastern region of Goma, in November 2012, by … Continue reading

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Time to end the carnage in the Congo

By Onyeka Chidozie Last November, as the month drew to a close, the world witnessed the latest chapter in the unending conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This time around, on 20 November, the M23 rebel movement overran … Continue reading

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Nigeria: A Season of revolutionary Struggles

Osuolale Alalade Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo’s recent warning in Dakar of a possible Arab Spring style revolution in Nigeria aired what could be the frustrations of a nation buffeted on all sides. Boko Haram, the Salafist group seeking the … Continue reading

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