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Oct 1 2017 | BBC Africa Today
Former John S. Knight Journalism Fellow Dickens Olewe, broadcast journalist for the BBC, launches the Kenya Election Watch podcast: "Everything you need to know about the Kenyan elections."
Jul 28 2017 | The Washington Post
CAS Distinguished Fellow Landry Signé was interviewed by The Washington Post about his new book titled "Innovating Development Strategies in Africa: The Role of International, Regional and National Actors." It looks at international, regional and national drivers that play a role
Apr 18 2017
Toussaint Nothias  joined Stanford in September 2015 after earning his Ph.D. from the School of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds. His dissertation explores the representations of Africa in the French and British media through a critical analysis of newspaper articles, magazine...
Apr 17 2017 | Stanford News
Steven Press, an assistant professor of history at Stanford, sat down with the Office of International Affairs to discuss the research that inspired his first and forthcoming book, Rogue Empires: Contracts and Conmen in Europe’s Scramble for Africa.
Apr 4 2017 | Stanford News
Elsa Ordway, graduate student in Environmental Earth System Science and 2014 CAS Summer Research Fellow was featured in the Stanford News for her work as lead researcher in the first study of its kind to comprehensively how international demand for commodity crops is affecting sub-Saharan Africa's...