Opinion Pieces & Features

Africa’s Hottest Frozen Border Boils Over

Foreignpolicy.com, 20 Jun 2016

Making a Murderer in Uganda

Foreignpolicy.com, 20 Jan 2016

Rwanda is sliding into a new tragedy. And this time we’re funding it

Spectator.co.uk, 09 Jan 2016

Fool’s Errand

Foreignpolicy.com, 13 Oct 2015

Sex Scenes, Made-Up Countries, and Letting Go of Facts

Foreignpolicy.com, 1 Sep 2015

When Migrants Flee Progress, Not War

Foreignpolicy.com, 22 Apr 2015

Franchise Opportunity: Western Union in Somaliland

Foreignpolicy.com, 25 Aug 2014

Why are Africa’s Militaries so disappointingly bad?

Foreignpolicy.com, 6 Jun 2014

Leave None to tell the Other Story

Foreignpolicy.com, 1 Apr 2014

What Africans Talk About On Twitter

Foreignpolicy.com, 18 March 2014

In defence of western journalists in Africa

Africanarguments.org, 21 Feb 2014

Definitely Going To Blow: Eritrea Africas Hermit Kingdom

Foreignpolicy.com, 20 Feb 2014

Africa’s election aid fiasco

The Spectator, April 2013

Relative Strangers

High Life South Africa, Sept 2012

How double-dealing built a pariah state

Financial Times, 03 Aug 2011

African Redux

Open Skies United Arab Emirates magazine, May 2011

Significance addicts

London Review of Books, 11 Feb 2010

Congo reveals our own dark secret

The Guardian, 2 November 2008

The burden of knowing too much history

New Statesman, 31 July 2008

Lessons from a beleaguered continent

New Statesman, 29 May 2008

Some events demand a monument

New Statesman, 22 November 2007

The hierarchy of horrors

New Statesman, 27 September 2007

Wolfowitz’s other mistake

New Statesman, 7 May 2007

Birthday thoughts on the road to Thika

New Statesman, 9 April 2007

A Bumptious Guide to Book Writing

New Statesman, 12 March 2007

Kapuscinski, more magical than real

New Statesman, 12 February 2007

War by proxy, but not the one we think

New Statesman, 15 January 2007

Who can make polio history?

New Statesman, 30 November, 2006

Parenthood by piggyback

New Statesman, 23 October 2006

Mo Amin: a brilliant but flawed man

New Statesman, 26 June 2006

Congo on the edge

New Statesman, 6 May 2006

A visit to Rwanda’s genocide memorial

Financial Times, 29 April, 2006

Michela Wrong finds three years isn’t enough

New Statesman, 6 March 2006

Michela Wrong is refused a visa

New Statesman, 9 January 2006

Lunch with the FT: Court in the crossfire. An interview with Professsor Lea Brilmayer

Financial Times, April 1, 2005

Why Africa is Angry

New Statesman, 12 December, 2005

Michela Wrong introduces the Incontinent

New Statesman, 13 September 2004

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