2018 Primetime Emmy
& James Beard Award Winner
is a freelance journalist based in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Previously he was a sub‑Saharan Africa analyst at a commercial due diligence firm headquartered in London
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, conservation comes at a price.
Non-lethal anti-riot equipment for the DRC’s police force is meant to usher in a more peaceful era of law enforcement. But critics see it as another way to crush dissent.
In the far reaches of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic, the decaying compounds of brutal dictators reflect an era of corruption and greed that haunts the region today.
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