Who gets to host future editions of the men's soccer World Cup is not just big business, but also a bargaining chip in international relations.
What if “fake” as a mode of operating on social media held the key to unlocking democratic debate, as the practice would suggest in Africa?
Guinea's electricity crisis is a metaphor for the country's postcolonial maladies
Bob Geldof doesn't need to do a #BandAid30 for Ebola. African musicians made a song already.
Why is the conversation in New York about what the government will do about an epidemic, while for West Africa many look instinctively to NGOs?
Cultural Anthropology published a series of articles last week called “Ebola in Perspective,” curated by two experts on
There is a certain deja vu about how Alpha Conde stays in power: every time there's an election he exploits ethnic divisions.
From the director and singer-actors of the 2005 film U-Carmen eKhayelitsha comes a new “opera” film.
Yesterday Nafissatou Diallo “agreed to settle” the civil lawsuit against prominent French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn—she had
Guinean-Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba deftly "merges" aesthetic traditions.
Since we’re back to our Independence Day meme, yesterday was Guinea-Conakry’s day. (Yes, Sean’s fault again.)
I had said I wasn’t going to write no more pieces like this, no more pieces
“MotoTaxi” by Guinean dancehall artist Singleton. Tiken Jah Fakoly makes a guest appearance.
Rape, power, and impunity: The intersection of those three things in Guinea has a history that is very recent and very dark.
I like this video for Sayon Bamba’s song ‘L’excisée’ (from her album Dougna). Born in Guinea
On the usefulness of WikiLeaks and the self-destructive personality of its founder, Julian Assange.
I was a bit surprised today to read that Guinea’s military leader, Captain Moussa Dadis Camara,
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.4320220&w=425&h=350&fv=] The opening minutes of the excellent 2007 documentary, “Sur les traces du Bembeya Jazz,”