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Editorial

Editorial Dear reader We are very proud to present to you the third Afrika Focus issue of 2014. This Decem- ber issue is the second regular issue of 2014, but in November of this year we published the first ever digital issue of the journal (devoted to agroforestry and entirely accessible through www.afrikafocus.eu). This was a milestone in the history of Afrika Focus. The digital issue demonstrates clearly that we are a modern, 21st century journal, one that has an open access policy and is free of charge. Moreover, the fact that AF has run to three issues in 2014 gives some indication as to the volume of quality manuscript submissions we are now receiving for the journal, an upward trend that is tremendously satisfying. We are gradually becoming more visible and also better known on the international aca- demic scene, thanks to our high quality articles, and the wide variety of topics we engage with as part of our conscious choice to be (and to remain) an interdisciplinary journal on Africa. The year 2014 has been a commemorative year with regard to Africa. The world has been marking the 20th anniversary of Rwanda’s genocide, but this year has also http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Afrika Focus Brill

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Publisher
Brill
Copyright
Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0772-084X
eISSN
2031-356X
DOI
10.1163/2031356X-02702001
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Abstract

Dear reader We are very proud to present to you the third Afrika Focus issue of 2014. This Decem- ber issue is the second regular issue of 2014, but in November of this year we published the first ever digital issue of the journal (devoted to agroforestry and entirely accessible through www.afrikafocus.eu). This was a milestone in the history of Afrika Focus. The digital issue demonstrates clearly that we are a modern, 21st century journal, one that has an open access policy and is free of charge. Moreover, the fact that AF has run to three issues in 2014 gives some indication as to the volume of quality manuscript submissions we are now receiving for the journal, an upward trend that is tremendously satisfying. We are gradually becoming more visible and also better known on the international aca- demic scene, thanks to our high quality articles, and the wide variety of topics we engage with as part of our conscious choice to be (and to remain) an interdisciplinary journal on Africa. The year 2014 has been a commemorative year with regard to Africa. The world has been marking the 20th anniversary of Rwanda’s genocide, but this year has also

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Afrika FocusBrill

Published: Feb 25, 2014

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