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How to Rebuild Africa

Author: Stephen Ellis
September/October 2005
Foreign Affairs

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Past attempts to fix failed states in Africa have gone nowhere for similar reasons: they have tried to restore good governance to places that have never enjoyed it in the first place. A radical rethinking is needed; in the hardest cases, international trusteeships offer the best chance for success.

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