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Why Elections In Africa Are Violent, And How To Make Them Peaceful

By understanding the causal links to election violence in Africa, it will be possible to move towards elections devoid of bloodshed...if only the people are willing.

Why Elections In Africa Are Violent, And How To Make Them Peaceful
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