For readers of the blog who want to catch up, the ‘top 20’ most viewed blogs posted this year are listed below. Many looked at older ones too, and there are now over 370 to choose from. As ever, the favourite blogs are a mix of broad development issues with a Zimbabwe angle, or more specific reports on research, either our own field results or reviews of papers by others. There are a remarkable number of people who follow the blog, and many more who check in from all over the world. As in previous years, the readers come mostly from Zimbabwe, then South Africa, the US and the UK.
Over the last few years the blog has been commenting on occasions on UK engagement – from the 2015 election onwards. Given the recent events in the UK, all these blogs have relevance today. The comment ‘be scared’ sadly rings true.
Boris as PM: it’s no laughing matter
UK supports Zimbabwe’s return to the Commonwealth
What will Brexit mean for Africa?
The UK election, Africa and Zimbabwe
Meanwhile, here are the top 20 for 2019. There will be more in the new year. Meanwhile, happy reading!
This post was written by Ian Scoones and first appeared on Zimbabweland