TrustAfrica: A Chronicle

The new millennium ushered in a phase of reflection in Africa, with many considering it to be a time of hope for the continent. A number of African countries were rising from military dictatorships to one-party and multi-party rule. A new wave of democracy was tangible, ushering in fair elections, a resurgence of constitutionalism, and the beginnings of a vibrant civil society. Indeed, many African nations were seemingly moving away from the instability, corruption, violence, and authoritarianism that had previously plagued them.

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Mildred K. Barya and Wendy Richardson

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