The Harvard Africa Policy Journal (APJ) is a student-run online publication dedicated to promoting dialogue about Africa policy and current affairs in the realms of governance, law, education, business, health, design and culture. The Journal was initially started in 2006 by the Harvard Kennedy School of Government but has recently expanded to encompass all the schools of Harvard University. With its new online platform and quarterly publications, the APJ will act as a hub for timely debate, opinion, research, and analysis.
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Looking like an Industry: Supporting Commercial Agriculture in Africa
2014 Call for Submissions Open!
Where Does the Apple Fall from the Tree? On Familial Political Legacy in Africa
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Interview with Clare Akamanzi, Chief Operating Officer of the Rwanda Development Board
Interview with Ms. Lise Grande, Former UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in South Sudan
Interview with Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, CEO of NEPAD
Exclusive Interview on the Zimbabwe Election with Education Minister, David Coltart