Zimbabwe’s Sanctions Smokescreen

Last week, the United States updated targeted U.S. sanctions against Zimbabwean individuals and entities responsible for committing grave human rights abuses, undermining democracy, or contributing to...

Identity Crisis Undermines Zimbabwean Opposition

Zimbabwe's largest opposition party finds itself fighting for survival amid a slew of legal challenges....

Reflections: Former Asst. Sec. for Africa Walter Kansteiner on the George W. Bush Administration’s Zimbabwe Policy

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A cursory glance at recent headlines from Zimbabwe could give one the impression that things are...

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In the United States and around the world, societies are struggling to balance the sometimes draconian...

Little Has Changed in Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe

After thirty-seven years in power, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe was toppled via a military coup...

Zimbabwe’s Year Ahead: Grim but not Hopeless

The year ahead for Zimbabwe is looking grim. The vast majority of its people will continue...

Welcome Legal Reforms Undermined by Repression in Zimbabwe

In the run-up to last year’s presidential and parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe, hope was palpable in...

Zimbabwe’s Falling Expectations

Zimbabwe is experiencing an economic crisis that is neither surprising nor terribly illuminating....

Zimbabwe’s Elections – Whose Confidence Counts?

Last month, Zimbabwean Permanent Secretary for Information Media and Broadcasting Services George Charamba told the press that Zimbabwe's...

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