- Vol 46 No 20
- 7th October 2005
The President's foreign friends admire him but he is less revered
- Vol 46 No 12
- 10th June 2005
Washington and the multinationals give Ravalomanana's team a boost
- Vol 46 No 6
- 18th March 2005
Madagascar intends to join the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in August, according to its Foreign Minister, Jaya Krishna Cuttaree (who is also a candidate for Director General of the World Trade Organisation). He reckons that membership is ...
- Vol 43 No 16
- 9th August 2002
The African Union has refused President Marc Ravalomanana recognition until legislative elections are held ostensibly to confirm that the public really backs his presidency but the players with the cash are already solidly behind him.
- Vol 43 No 10
- 17th May 2002
The army may step in to prevent the politicians breaking the country apart
- Vol 43 No 7
- 5th April 2002
Tension is rising as the standoff between the country's parallel presidents continues, veering between good-natured though fervent protest (especially by Marc Ravalomanana's supporters) and violent attacks on the opposition (particularly by President Didi...
- Vol 43 No 2
- 25th January 2002
Even the Interior Ministry's provisional results give President Didier Ratsiraka just over 40 per cent of the vote, to 46 per cent for his rival, Marc Ravalomanana (AC Vol 42 No 24). That was in the first round of voting, on 16 December. Ratsiraka refuses...
- Vol 42 No 24
- 7th December 2001
Madagascans expect a close race in the 16 December presidential election when the main challenger to long entrenched President Didier Ratsiraka is the rank outsider, media magnate and supermarket tycoon Marc Ravalomanana. The betting in Antananarivo is th...
- Vol 42 No 11
- 1st June 2001
The 'Red Admiral', sure of re-election, has a vision of the