Yesterday on his blog, CFR senior fellow John Campbell reviewed a piece by Simon Freemantle of Standard Bank Research on “whether the Africa glass is half full or half empty.” As Campbell writes:
I continue to see dangers in lumping all of sub-Saharan Africa together. There is a huge variation among countries and sectors. In some, the glass is clearly half full; in others, half empty. Understanding Africa requires the deeper analysis for which Freemantle calls; not only on a continental level, but also a regional and local one.
You can read the full post here.