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Dr Nelson Alusala is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Security Studies in South Africa.
His research interests revolve around Africa’s leadership. He holds that higher GDP should translate into net national economic dividends for the (poor) masses who are trapped in the labyrinth of endless poverty, disease and illiteracy.
How can the GDP of a country of only handful billionaires and millions of beggars be regarded as a true reflection of the country’s economic wellbeing?
He continues to undertake policy-impacting research on the interplay
among factors influencing war economies, informal economies and governance in Africa. He has published widely on disarmament, demobilisation and economic reintegration (DDR) of former combatants in security sector reform (SSR) contexts. He has worked for the UN sanctions committees as an expert on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as well as on Liberia.
“Africa rising? Rather Africans thriving!”
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