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The Congo: What’s At Stake

Mention the Congo, and it evokes thoughts of Conrad, King Leopold, diamonds, conflict, war, and also incredible biological diversity and culture. If there is anyplace on the face of the planet that seems to comprise the best and worst of humanity, it might just be the Democratic Republic of Congo.  From its dark history of…See More
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World Bank data on governance

The World Bank has indicators for six dimensions of of governance, http://data.worldbank.org/data-catalog/worldwide-governance-indicators I used correlation analysis to show that these dimensions are all fairly well intercorrelated. Here is how one of them, effective governance, varies throughout the world.Most countries in the lowest 10 on government effectiveness are in Sub-Saharan Africa,…See More
Jun 19
 

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