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 AU summit 32: Big powers back on the Peace and Security Council?

AU summit 32: Big powers back on the Peace and Security Council?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      6th February 2019 At its summit this week, the African Union (AU) will elect five new states to the 15-member Peace and Security Council (PSC) for a three-year term.... 

 AU summit 32: Maghreb’s changing politics of migration

AU summit 32: Maghreb’s changing politics of migration

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      5th February 2019 Irregular migration by people from the Maghreb is rising. Countries of the region that were previously transit spaces, have become zones of... 

 What will Ramaphosa say about the state of the nation?

What will Ramaphosa say about the state of the nation?

By: Idasa, an African Democracy Institute      4th February 2019 When President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers his first State of the Nation Address on 7 February, he will face a country weary of corruption and... 

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 South Africa again mesmerised by a Zimbabwe crisis

South Africa again mesmerised by a Zimbabwe crisis

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      1st February 2019 Almost two decades after the start of the Zimbabwe crisis, South Africa is once again standing silently on the sidelines, seemingly mesmerised, as... 

 Do Africa’s youth prefer the ballot to the bullet?

Do Africa’s youth prefer the ballot to the bullet?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      31st January 2019 On 7 January, a group of young military officers in Libreville, Gabon, tried to overthrow the government of President Ali Bongo Ondimba. The... 

 Home-grown terror a worsening threat for Kenya

Home-grown terror a worsening threat for Kenya

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      30th January 2019 The six attackers and 12 suspects in court for the 15 January terror attack on Nairobi’s dusitD2 hotel complex are mostly Kenyans. This was also... 

 Has Algeria joined Africa’s new ‘cocaine coast’?

Has Algeria joined Africa’s new ‘cocaine coast’?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      29th January 2019 In May 2018, a record 701 kilograms of cocaine were seized by customs authorities in the port of Oran, Algeria’s second largest city. The narcotics... 

 The Gambia must heal its social and political divisions

The Gambia must heal its social and political divisions

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th January 2019 Two years after its first democratic transition, The Gambia continues to face many challenges, including rebuilding national cohesion that was... 

 SA’s trial by fire on the UN Security Council

SA’s trial by fire on the UN Security Council

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      23rd January 2019 Less than a month into its term on the United Nations (UN) Security Council, South Africa faces a potential trial by fire which could set the tone... 

 Will Sudan’s latest protests bring down Bashir?

Will Sudan’s latest protests bring down Bashir?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      22nd January 2019 Street protests that started in the north-eastern Sudanese city of Atbara over bread and fuel price hikes on 19 December have snowballed into weeks... 

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