Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Africa’s chance to boost maritime security in the Indian Ocean

17th August 2018 This year the Indian Ocean has seen a drop in piracy risks and an increase in maritime development and attention to the blue economy. This is... 

Marikana Scene 2 uncovered

16th August 2018 Most people in South Africa know about the fatal shootings at Marikana platinum mine on 16 August 2012 as police attempted to break up a week-old... 

Sanctions prove key to ending South Sudan’s civil war

14th August 2018 Cautious optimism surrounds efforts to end the brutal five-year civil war in South Sudan. Recent progress in the peace process has led to a... 


Can improved Ethiopia-Eritrea relations stabilise the region?

20th July 2018 After 20 years of hostility, Ethiopia and Eritrea have resumed diplomatic relations. On 8 July Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, made a... 

Will a fourth summit agree on African Union reforms?

19th July 2018 Heads of state and ministers who travelled to Nouakchott, Mauritania, for the bi-annual African Union (AU) summit earlier this month are preparing... 

Tackling graft through a strong criminal justice system

18th July 2018 Can South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa contribute to Nelson Mandela’s vision, and improve the chances of his own New Dawn becoming a reality?... 

Cost of counter-terrorism for civilians in Lake Chad countries

17th July 2018 The ongoing terror threat in Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon has led the governments of the Lake Chad region to enact numerous security... 

The potentially more sinister threat in Boko Haram’s split

13th July 2018 Boko Haram’s split in 2016 saw the emergence of two distinct jihadist movements, with divergent operating methods, in the Lake Chad region. Boko... 

Where in Africa is organised crime most serious?

12th July 2018 Researchers on organised crime are often asked where in Africa the problem is most serious. Implicit in the question is which countries should be... 

DRC prioritises oil over conservation

11th July 2018 The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has decided to degazette parts of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites to allow for oil drilling.... 

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