“Britain and the labeling of Nigeria as ‘fantastically corrupt’” Pambazuka News 12.05.2016

In his latest article WE-Africa collaborator, Associate Professor of Political Science and director of  the Centre for Conflict and Gender Studies, at the University of Port Harcourt (Choba, Nigeria) Fidelis Allen explores the sentiments behind British Prime Minister David Cameron’s assertion that Nigeria is a “fantastically corrupt” country. “Isn’t itContinue Reading

Book: “South Africa’s Agrarian question”

South Africa’s Agrarian Question, by Hubert Cochet, Ward Anseeuw and Sandrine Fréguin-Gresh, to be published by HSRC Press this month: Based on an in-depth analysis of several contrasting agricultural regions, this book aims to assess South Africa’s ongoing agrarian reform and the country’s agrarian dynamics. The conclusion is without doubt:Continue Reading
New Rules for Global Justice

New Rules for Global Justice: Structural Redistribution in the Global Economy

Published by Rowman & Littefield GovInn Director Prof. Lorenzo Fioramonit’s new book will be launched at ISA in April in Atlanta, Georgia. Co edited by Jan Aart Scholte, faculty Professor in Peace and Development in the school of Global Studies at the University of Gothenburg and Alfred Nhema, Chief ExecutiveContinue Reading

“The Lily Mine sinkhole is a metaphor for entire country” Business Day 26.02.2016

“PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma’s state of the nation address did not leave room for much optimism. The president recognised the structural problems affecting the South African economy, as well as the global instabilities that are compounding the domestic malaise. Our country could do much more — for instance, within the GroupContinue Reading

The UN Sustainable Development Goals and the dynamics of well-being

Lorenzo Fioramonti published a guest editorial in the Ecological Society of America, titled ‘The UN Sustainable Development Goals and the dynamics of well-being’, with Robert Costanza and Ida Kubiszewski.Continue Reading