Central Africa: Fragile Frontier

Distant borders in the heart of Africa may seem of marginal interest in the affiars of nations. They should not be. As conflicts in Darfur and Chad rumble into the Central African Republic, the stakes are high. International donors are about to meet; they need to engage to halt violence and seed stability throughout the region.

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