African Arguments top article of the year: a competition

We’ve published a lot of articles this year on African Arguments across the 6 blogs, taking in the most important events and trends affecting the continent over the past 12 months.

From Libya to South Africa via Somalia, Kenya, Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Angola, Zimbabwe and many more, we aim to be a pan-African site, showcasing a wealth of opinion and analysis from inside and outside the continent.

To celebrate African Arguments Online’s first full year in existence we are running a competition to find out the most popular article we’ve published. To help you, we have shortlisted 10 articles, which you can read by following the links below, and then vote on using the survey at the bottom of this article. You can only vote once.

The author of the winning article will receive a free one year membership of the RAS.

Voting closes at midnight on Wed 19th December. We’ll announce the winner on Thurs 20th.

The Shortlist:

Feb 29th DR Congo: North Kivu’s False Peace – By Michael Deibert

April 3rd An African President of the World Bank is not the Solution, when the Bank itself is the Problem – By Desné Masie

July 3rd Somali Presidential Elections: six ways to win power – By Abdi Aynte

Sept 18th Africa’s Fabulous Mineral Wealth that isn’t ALL there – By Bright Simons

Sept 19th Angolan elections 2012: politics finally gets real – By Justin Pearce

Oct 4th Post-Marikana South Africa: country not as old, boring and uncertain as business might believe – By Jolyon Ford

Oct 11th Congo: crisis in East deflects attention from need for reforms from Kinshasa – By Günther v. Billerbeck

Oct 17th Mali: military intervention is necessary, inevitable but (until now) impossible – By Gregory Mann

Nov 5th A polemic against NGOs and the destruction of local innovation – By Jeremy Weate

Nov 22nd Africa’s glass is both half full and half empty – By Simon Freemantle

 

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