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Clarification on the Article "DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power"

February 26, 2014 admin 0

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I have received an interesting and constructive comment from one of the blog’s reader. The reader was referring to the article “DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power(1)

I take the opportunity to thank the reader as he has been among interested readers commenting regularly on articles posted.… Read the rest “Clarification on the Article "DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power"”

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Eastern DRC: Can Diaspora Communities Free from Ethnic Deed Boxes to get them Recycled

December 11, 2013 admin 3

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Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is being identified as a profitable terrain for everyone wanting to invest into community conflicts. Unfortunately, these businesses are unattractive of foreign direct investments as their profits do not bring money back. Strikingly, when investing into community conflicts, you end up by yielding deaths, killings, massacres and displacement of the population either internally or outside of the country.… Read the rest “Eastern DRC: Can Diaspora Communities Free from Ethnic Deed Boxes to get them Recycled”

DRC’s Governance Complexity: Wouldn’t finally be an Empty Box?

November 27, 2013 admin 11

Governance either good or bad is likely a broad concept used into scholars and researches to confine a bunch of components that would take time to detail and hence making reader falling bored; an arguably avoidable mistake into these fields. Scholars and researchers prefer to stick on key point while keeping reader concentrated and interested.… Read the rest “DRC’s Governance Complexity: Wouldn’t finally be an Empty Box?”