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    The Republic Of Zimbabwe

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    Introduction Zimbabwe official name is the Republic of Zimbabwe. It is a landlocked country situated in the Southern Africa. Its capital and the largest city is Harare. It is surrounded by countries including Zambia to the northwest, Botswana to the southwest, South Africa to the south and Mozambique to the east (cite). The country covers approximately 150,871 sq miles. It has a tropical climate with a rainy season running from November to March. According to a July 2013 population estimate, the

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    Renowned for its “of the people” foundation, democracy has become the regime type to which we compare all other regime types- a gold standard of government structure. Because of this ideal, it is of comparative interest that we understand how to classify regimes as either democratic or dictatorial. The Polity IV Measure is a standard for democracy that scores a country (from -10 to +10) on how democratic or dictatorial their election processes and governmental procedures are. Post-independence Zimbabwe

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    The Great Zimbabwe Zimbabwe is located in the south of Africa. The climate, the people, the lifestyle, and their government; these are all so different than what we see and experience everyday. Zimbabwe is a whole other walk of life. They eat different foods, wear different clothes, and they also have different structures of homes. Zimbabwe isn't too big but also not that small. It is slightly larger than the state of Colorado and it has no coast. The climate is beautiful. It is a mediterranean

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    includes the commanders of the army, air force, police, prisons services and the infamous Central Intelligence Organization (CIO) have continued to benefit from the chaotic situation in Zimbabwe. At the beginning of 2009 the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai agreed to join a government of national unity, but it remains to be seen what tangible impact this will have on an economy that has been in nose-dive for more than a decade. There are still issues that have to be urgently confronted, including

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    Independent Media and the Internet

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    Independent Media and the Internet Independent Media has long existed across the globe. As the voice of dissent it is often repressed by governments and corporations that look the hide the truth. Indy Media began as print newspapers that often faced high production cost and difficult means of expanding beyond local circulation. They did not have the established means and financial backing that major news corporations had. Indy newspapers were often hard to obtain, quite expensive, and unable

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    Zimbabwe's History

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    Although the implementation of neoliberal policies is not always detrimental to a country, it particularly did not help Zimbabwe due to the fact that a corrupt president was leading its government. In general, corrupt behaviour can be seen as the abuse of authority, with the intention of extracting personal financial rewards at the expense of the public good (United Nations, 2004). President Robert Mugabe, the leader of ZANU-PF, has governed the country since 1987. Although Mugabe has been re-elected

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    Crisis in Zimbabwe

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    A) A country that lost its access to the means of production was Zimbabwe. The means of production that was lost in this country was land and eventually raw materials that were being produced. Zimbabwe once exported food, but now requires massive food aid due to what happened under the presidents rule. Zimbabwe was once seen as Africa’s breadbasket. It was rich in raw materials as well as industrious farmland. Zimbabwe would grow all the food needed for its own people and had left over that they

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    In 1987, the position of Prime Minister was abolished and Mugabe assumed the new office of executive President of Zimbabwe gaining additional powers in the process. With his twenty-two year long rule he has turned Zimbabwe into a pariah state. With crimes against humanity, an economic collapse and political repression he has caused Zimbabwe a decade of suffering. Since taking office in December 31, 1987 he has been known for economic mismanagement, repressive economic and political policies, human

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    National Peace

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    "Security (si-k-ear-t) noun: A state of being free from danger or threat. Sector (ˈsektər) noun: An area or portion that is distinct from others. Reform (riˈfôrm) verb: Make changes in (something, typically social, political, or economic institution or practice) in order to improve it. Security Sector Reform (si-k-ear-t ˈsektər riˈfôrm) Though there is no single globally accepted definition, SSR generally refers to a process to reform or rebuild a state's security. It responds to a situation in

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    Fleeing Zimbabwe: The Process and implications of the emigration of Zimbabweans during Zimbabwe’s post-colonial crisis In the year 2000 Zimbabwe’s socio-economic standing crumbled due to the political decisions of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) ruled by Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe. This article examines the crisis of Zimbabwe, their trials and tribulations during the period between 2000 and 2009. As the political and economic situation worsened, a significantly

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