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The world turned away from Burundi, but its crisis is getting worse

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Two years after a political crisis erupted in Burundi when President Pierre Nkurunziza decided to run for a third term, the country remains stuck at an impasse, facing low-intensity violence, political oppression and an increasingly desperate economic situation.

Please click here to read this publication.  This paper was first published in World Politics Review.

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