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What does Macron hope to accomplish in East Africa?
03/15/2019

What does Macron hope to accomplish in East Africa?

French President Emmanuel Macron launched his four-day tour of East Africa
Algeria: How much damage could a North-African “Arab Spring” do to Europe?
03/15/2019

Algeria: How much damage could a North-African “Arab Spring” do to Europe?

on March 15, the Algerian opposition is threatening to take to the streets in new mass protests opposing Bouteflika’s 20-year rule
Elections in Nigeria: From piracy to revolution
02/13/2019

Elections in Nigeria: From piracy to revolution

Nigeria is on the verge of serious change, in particular, a change in leadership
Monthly Review January 2019
02/04/2019

Monthly Review January 2019

Monthly Review January 2019
Protests in the Congo: beyond contested elections
01/29/2019

Protests in the Congo: beyond contested elections

Instability after the elections in the Congo remains a problem for the new president of the country.
Unpacking the Crisis in the Central African Republic
01/14/2019

Unpacking the Crisis in the Central African Republic

The recent murder of three Russian journalists in the Central African Republic has opened up a can of worms and led to frenzied media coverage
The Battle for Africa in the Central African Republic
01/13/2019

The Battle for Africa in the Central African Republic

Recent events on the African continent and their extensive coverage in the mainstream media shows that the region has become a zone of the geopolitical instability
Madagascar’s post-election riots reek of color revolution
01/10/2019

Madagascar’s post-election riots reek of color revolution

Since the results of the president elections were announced, protests have exploded into the streets of the Madagaskar’s capital.
Protests in Sudan: a New Arab Spring?
12/28/2018

Protests in Sudan: a New Arab Spring?

The Protests in Sudan are continuing from last week
The Battle for Africa: Britain Enters the Race for Influence
09/09/2018

The Battle for Africa: Britain Enters the Race for Influence

During a week-long trip to several African countries last week, United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to deliver “a radical expansion of the U.K.’s presence in Africa,” the heart of which is a £4 billion ($5.13 billion) investment strategy, largely channeled through the U.K. government’s development finance institution, CDC.