Monthly Archives: February 2015

Laws of the jungle (2)

Working in partnership with a transitional government can be tricky, while support for combating trafficking and arms proliferation is brittle. In what has been dubbed “the most neglected crisis in the world,” * CAR has gone from bad to worse … Continue reading

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Laws of the jungle (1)

It’s a surprisingly cool morning in Bangui. The Harmattan blows in dust from Chad and Sudan. United Nations MI-17 Hinds, World Food Program and Red Cross aircraft lay idle by the Antonov transport and Tiger Attack helicopters. There is no … Continue reading

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