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Filettino was not always a happy place, in history or in fiction. In the time of...
Oil and AfricaApril 16, 2020
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An Interview With Jonathan KaplanJanuary 4, 2020
"I was in Baghdad as a volunteer surgeon, but operating was difficult. The city’s hospitals had...
Bush Tea with Alexander McCall SmithJanuary 1, 2020
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Book Review: Carthage Must Be Destroyed by Richard MilesAugust 19, 2011
Carthage, however, was not merely conquered by Rome. As the title of Miles' book asserts, Carthage...
Baloji: Nowhere and EverywhereJuly 21, 2011
“Over there I don’t feel totally Conogolese, and here, I don’t particularly feel Belgian,” says Baloji,...
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