Wednesday Links 03.07.07

In New York, my old mentor Benjamin Barber recounts Interdependence Day in Fez, Morocco on the Tavis Smiley Show. This is a little insight into some of the projects I was working on in my pre-Africa life. This life had some blessed summers in New York, and taking Harry Belefonte suit shopping in Paris when he lost his luggage (story for another day)!

In Washington, Jeremy Goldberg writes about why donor agencies, development practitioners and sports fans should embrace the 'Sports for Change' model.

In Asmara, Edward Denison reminds us that the recent abduction of tourists in northern Ethiopia is but one embodiment of the long standing Ethiopia-Eritrea border conflict.

In Washington, David Shinn evaluates the new Somali government's potential for success.

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