Dr. James Kirby is an Honorary Research Fellow in history at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. He has expertise on human rights, decolonization, foreign affairs, and contemporary African history. James’ work has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, such as The Journal of Contemporary History, The Journal of Global History, and Cold War History.Espanol | French |
More than a united kingdom: how Botswana became a powerful example for human rights in Africa
While some economists and political scientists praise Botswana as a ‘success story’, the country provides more than just a tale of growth and stability.