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Should Africa Repay its 'Odious' Debts? Should Africa Repay its 'Odious' Debts?

Boyce and Ndikumana, authors of Africa's Odious Debts,argue that under international law, debts incurred by dictators should not be enforceable

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The Legal Basis to Reject Odious Debt

Leonce Ndikumana and James K. Boyce: International law supports Africa rejecting debts that did not benefit the people

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The Human Cost of Africa's Odious Debt

Leonce Ndikumana and James K. Boyce: The cost of servicing external odious debt leads to tragic underspending on health care and education

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