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Mombasa - a city of fragile potential

Mombasa has played a crucial role in the history of Kenya for centuries, and the future of Kenya’s Coast Province undoubtedly hinges on its fate. Today, the city faces a range of imposing challenges, ...


Special Report: Unnecessary Ebola-Related Deaths

A Special Report by Helen Epstein Every year it seems, a new global health crisis emerges. Today, Zika virus sows panic throughout Latin America and may soon spread north. In 2014-5, it was Ebola, ...


Tswalu Dialogue Report - Future of African Cities

A discussion paper by: Dickie Davis, David Kilcullen, Terence McNamee and Greg Mills The Brenthurst Foundation's Future of African Cities project was formally launched at the Tswalu Dialogue at ...


Aus-Africa Dialogue 2015 - Cooperating to build peace, security and prosperity

The second Australia–Africa Dialogue was held at the Royal Zambezi Lodge in Zambia from 11 to 14 September 2015, co-hosted by the Brenthurst Foundation and ASPI. Participants included ...


The Zambezi Protocol: Result of a Dialogue on Natural Resource Policy in Africa

An event hosted by the Brenthurst Foundation, and held on the banks of the Zambezi River, Zambia, 22–24 April 2016. "Mining and oil is not a sunset industry in Africa. To the contrary, the sector ...


Manufacturing and Industry in Vietnam: Three Decades of Reform

Vietnam’s recent development experience offers an interesting learning opportunity for many African countries. 2016 is the 30th anniversary of the implementation of the country’s Doi Moi reforms, a ...


External Defence Engagement in Africa - Summary of the 2016 Tswalu Dialogue

Hosted by the Brenthurst Foundation in conjunction with the British Peace Support Team, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, the 2016 Tswalu Dialogue examined ...


Mayors to Ground Control? Infrastructure and Iconography in Indonesia

More than six decades on from the famous 1955 Asia–Africa Conference in Bandung, Indonesia, where leaders of 29 developing countries met to accelerate the national liberation struggles across the two ...


Up the Creek with a Paddle: Building Modern Singapore

This Discussion Paper examines Singapore's rise from a fragile, poor backwater in southeast Asia in the 1960s to iconic global economic star, which today boasts a GDP per capita ten per cent higher ...


Many a Slip between Cup and Olympics - Brazil’s uneven journey towards growth, inclusion and stability

2016 should have been the crowning glory of Brazil’s transition from the clichéd country of tomorrow to that of today. Under presidents Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Lula da Silva, Latin America’s ...

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