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33 51 Queen Elizabeth II is head of state in 15 countries other than the UK. What do citizens of these countries think of their head of state? Kylie Field investigates 54 Scientists are now saying that cutting our emissions won’t go far enough – we need to fi nd a way to reverse the damage that’s already been done, says Jade Fell 58 Tanzania’s trademark art style, Tinga Tinga, has become representative of African art the world over. Kate Bystrova looks at whether it is eclipsing other local forms of art Botswana 62 In 50 years, Botswana has transitioned from being Africa’s poorest nation to its richest, as Anver Versi explains 66 The world’s second largest producer of diamonds, Botswana is now looking at its coal reserves. Neil Ford reports 68 Botswana’s 35 ethnic groups are all equal before the law – in theory anyway, says Anver Versi Malta 70 Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has had his fair share of stick since coming to power last year, says Steve Mallia 72 Tiny Malta is still punching above its weight when it comes to its economy. Herman Grech reports 74 Malta’s history and culture is a big draw for tourists, explains Davinia Hamilton Key contributors Sarah Juggins is a freelance sports writer and journalist. She currently writes for the International Hockey Federation magazine, FH Life, and many other print and online magazines and websites. She was also head of the Olympic News Service team that reported on men’s and women’s hockey competitions at the London 2012 Games Dr Neil Ford is an independent consultant and journalist focusing on international affairs, particularly in developing countries. He is a regular contributor to publications including African Business magazine and Global Phil Mercer is a British-born journalist who has been based in Australia since 1999. From the cargo cults of Vanuatu and the search for fl ight MH370, to coups and civil confl ict in Fiji and East Timor, he has reported from across the South Pacifi c, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia www.global-briefi ng.org Register on the website to access online issues and 77 Commonwealth Network the Global archive  INTERVIEW South African hockey player Marsha Cox tells Sarah Juggins about why her mother was never able to represent her country on the hockey fi eld, despite her considerable talent  The Commonwealth Games set Glasgow alight  Uganda bags the Commonwealth Short Story Prize for the fi rst time 62 FIH / GrantTreeby www.global global four th quar ter 2014 -br ief ing.org l 3


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