Day: July 16, 2016

Talking to the Enemy: An Impossibility in Burundi?

The latest negotiations of the Burundian conflict have come to a standstill because the government rejected the participation of opposition delegations in the talks. This has invited reactions from both the government and the opposition. According to The Times of South Africa, a government senator, Evelyne Butoyi tweeted that “the

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Slaying of Political Analyst Stirs Tensions in Cambodia

  Tensions remain high in the capital Phnom Penh after the fatal shooting of a prominent political analyst in broad daylight on the morning of July 10. The killing of Kem Ley, a widely popular political commentator and founder of the fledgling Grassroots Democracy Party was met with scenes of

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