Do protests in Nigeria, Uganda, and Burkina Faso have anything in common?
Despite similarities, the protests in these three African countries don't symbolize a broader movement for change in Africa.
By Alex Thurston, Guest blogger / April 19, 2011
Three African countries are experiencing major protests this week: Nigeria (specifically the northern part of the country), Uganda, and Burkina Faso. The three countries have vastly different political situations, but it’s worth exploring the differences and commonalities between these protest movements.
Read the full article in the Christian Science Monitor