Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

ISS, Institute for Security Studies

Somalia must look inward to defuse its tensions

20th June 2018 The involvement of Middle East actors in Somalia, namely the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar and Turkey, has reached fever pitch recently,... 

Corruption is fuelling cash-in-transit heists

19th June 2018 Cash-in-transit robbery is one of the fastest growing forms of aggravated robbery in South Africa. It poses a significant threat to public safety... 

Food security under threat in Kenya

18th June 2018 In Kenya, food consumption is outpacing food production. According to a new Institute for Security Studies report, annual agricultural production... 


Is another Boko Haram or al-Shabaab erupting in Mozambique?

15th June 2018 A sudden upsurge in brutal violence in northern Mozambique, including the beheadings of women and children, has sounded alarms that a violent... 

Zimbabwe’s pre-election propaganda war

12th June 2018 Opaque governance and the secrecy of Zimbabwe’s main political parties have always made it tough to work out what is happening in the country. The... 

Can South Africa make a difference on a fractured Security Council?

11th June 2018 South Africa was once ‘a giant in the world and our reputation was well known, because of what we represented’, says the country’s International... 

Can Africa’s borders really become bridges?

7th June 2018 ‘Good fences make good neighbours,’ the American poet Robert Frost wrote in 1915. This remark has been widely misinterpreted to mean that Frost was... 

Who benefits as DRC’s neighbours jostle for influence?

6th June 2018 Last week, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) government spokesperson Lambert Mende Omalanga publicly demanded an explanation from French... 

FemWise-Africa set to boost women’s role in peace processes

4th June 2018 High-level African Union (AU) mediation efforts have in the past included very few women. Almost all AU special envoys to conflict zones are men –... 

The power of parenting: how family bonds can prevent violence

4th June 2018 Comprising just 800 families, Touwsranten in South Africa’s Western Cape province is the only place in the world in which every programme included... 

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