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Senegal: Macky Sall’s reputation is dented, but the former president did a lot at home and abroad

    By Douglas Yates, American Graduate School in Paris (AGS)   Macky Sall’s legacy as Senegal’s president since 2012 became more complex in his last year in office. The year was so filled with transgressions that they appeared to have tarnished his reputation indelibly. For some months he gave the impression to his adversaries and critics that he had third-term ambitions – not uncommon in contemporary west African politics. […]

todayMarch 26, 2024 1


What Article 23 means for the future of Hong Kong and its once vibrant pro-democracy movement

    By Michael C. Davis, O.P. Jindal Global University   Lawmakers in Hong Kong passed new security legislation on March 19, 2024, handing authorities in the semi-autonomous city-state further power to clamp down on dissent. The law, under Article 23, has been decades in the making but was resisted for a long time by protesters who feared the legislation’s effect on civil liberties in Hong Kong, a special administrative […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 8