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26 June 2016
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23 Jun 2016
 
 
Fog in the channel: what Brexit means for Africa
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
‘Fog in the channel – continent cut off.’ The Brookings Institution reminded us of this famous though apocryphal British headline in an analysis of Brexit this week. For Brookings, the headline...
 
 
22 Jun 2016
 
What next for Western Sahara?
INSTITUE FOR SECURIY STUDIES
There are few places as desolate as the camps of the Polisario Front in western Algeria. Over the years, infrastructure has been built to accommodate the tens of thousands of Saharawi refugees who...
 
 
21 Jun 2016
 
Election violence: should South Africa be worried?
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
In the last couple of weeks, South Africa’s major political parties have begun publishing their manifestos and candidate lists and positioning themselves for the municipal elections set for 3...
 
 
17 Jun 2016
 
Cry, the beloved youth
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
16 June 1976 represented a turning point in the history of South Africa. On this day, young people stood up and took responsibility for the change they believed in and wanted to see. This year...
 
 
15 Jun 2016
 
You only listen when I'm violent
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Violent protest action in South Africa has led to more than a billion rands of damage to state and private infrastructure in recent months. Last week, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande said...
 
 
13 Jun 2016
 
Nigeria's child terror suspects: no easy answers
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
While the use of suicide bombers is in itself an alarming phenomenon, Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram has added a dimension of shock and horror to its arsenal of terror tactics by using...
 
 
10 Jun 2016
 
The resource curse comes to Mozambique
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Mozambique, which was poised to take off as the world’s third-biggest natural gas producer, is instead now teetering on the brink of a major sovereign debt default, which is threatening to...
 
 
09 Jun 2016
 
Blue economies: turning sunken costs into sunken treasure
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Promoting a maritime economy – also referred to as the blue economy – should become a fundamental anchor for development plans in Africa. The African Union’s (AU) Africa’s Integrated Maritime...
 
 
 
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