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1. Tunisian society finds itself stuck in silence and limbo post-July 25

2. Why Tunisia’s parliamentary electoral formula needs to be changed

3. Marine pollution: A growing concern for the southern suburb of Tunis

4. Tunisia: Youth take a stand for/against the president’s decisions and watch in limbo

5. Mapping state capacity in Africa: Professionalism and reach

6. Footing the bill? Less legitimacy, more avoidance mark African views on taxation

7. Broad support for multiparty elections, little faith in electoral institutions: Uganda in comparative perspective

8. Sign of the Times: How the United Kingdom’s Integrated Review Affects Relations with Africa

9. Negotiating Local Business Practices With China in Benin

10. How Inequality and Polarization Interact: America’s Challenges Through a South African Lens

11. Tunisian Youth and Political Life: From Stagnation to Revival?

12. Invisibility and Negrophobia in Algeria

13. COVID-19 in Africa: The implications for macroeconomic and socioeconomic dimensions

14. Establishing the empirical basis for tracing the development outcomes of agricultural investments

15. Eliminating child marriage in Ethiopia

16. Opportunities for Danish stabilisation policy to engage with climate- and livelihood-related conflict: New approaches to fragility in the Horn of Africa and Sahel

17. The controversy surrounding marital rape: The controversy surrounding marital rape in Ethiopia

18. Old Fertilizer in New Bottles: Selling the Past as Innovation in Africa’s Green Revolution

19. Does sensitivity bias lead respondents to misreport their level of trust in political parties? An investigation into Afrobarometer’s survey results and methodology

20. Partisanship in a young democracy: Evidence from Ghana