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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
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2015 Governance and resource management in southern Africa: challenges and opportunities for advancement
Extractive resources provide employment, food security, export revenues, and a basis for private-sector development. They are vital for basi...
2015 The United States, China and mineral resource extraction: the case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Of relevance for this chapter is the DRC-China agreement, which is a well-known embodiment of the increasing number of Chinese mineral infra...
The book represents what the editors call a 'policy think-tank process' and, as such, it opens an important scholarly and academic window fo...