Elections are getting less safe in democracies and nondemocracies alike. Last year was the bloodiest year for elections in decades, with 54% of all national votes marred by some kind of violence.
If the new U.S. administration can show that it's taking action to address widespread grievances, it should be able to move forward from this period of sustained mass protest.
Universal energy access can only be achieved if people have the capabilities to use the energy to transform their lives.
Forest rangers were subjected to occupational violence by their employers. This in turn can provoke a violent reaction to illegal activities, resulting in violent policing tendencies.
A story map shows how Harare's young people coped with lockdown in Zimbabwe.
The fact that there's a growing number of child vendors means government interventions for vulnerable children aren't reaching everyone in need.
Rural communities are dynamic and complex. Imposing innovations that don't speak to the needs of these communities will inhibit rural development.
Countries or international organizations regularly enact sanctions against individual states. But how can the effectiveness of these measures be evaluated?
Locust outbreaks are driven by unusual climatic conditions.
A fully cashless society has often been presented as natural or inevitable. The experiences of Sweden and Zimbabwe highlight some pitfalls.
A forensic archaeologist and former Zimbabwe police officer uses his investigative skills to find the missing and the dead in his homeland.
The story map reveals that like any part of society, street youth are both subject to and willing to conform to rules and conventions, in this case for their own and others' safety.
Zimbabwe's Education Amendment Act of 2020 is a step in the right direction, but more still needs to be done.
That none of his collections were published in apartheid South Africa testifies to the police state's censorship.
Study finds that Victoria Falls, a nature-based tourism resort town, is a significant contributor to carbon emissions throughout the tourism value chain in the area.
There is not much information on artefacts used by Stone Age humans to make sound and music – but the first comprehensive survey is a good start.
Her new book "This Mournable Body" was announced as a Booker Prize contender just days before her arrest for protesting against a government clampdown.
Given their ability to accept correction, children have a better claim to rehabilitation, reorientation and reintegration.
Zimbabwe wants to issue a sovereign bond to raise $3.5 billion it has agreed to pay as compensation to white farmers, but the economic and political conditions aren't conducive to such an issuance.
Artists are filling the state's silence by revisiting history so that it can be discussed.