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African Regimes at a Crossroads

African Regimes at a Crossroads

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On South Africa

On South Africa

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China’s military expansion – what right does Washington have to be worried?

China’s military expansion – what right does Washington have to be worried?

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Warning signs of instability in Egypt

Warning signs of instability in Egypt

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Under the Radar: Ethiopia’s economic growth offers opportunities and challenges

Under the Radar: Ethiopia’s economic growth offers opportunities and challenges

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Cape Town Awaits “Day Zero”

Cape Town Awaits “Day Zero”

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5 Africa stories to watch in 2018

5 Africa stories to watch in 2018

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Unleashing Nigeria’s Energy Potential?

Unleashing Nigeria’s Energy Potential?

Nigeria, the continent’s most populous country with nearly 200 million citizens, is awash in energy riches with large oil and gas reserves.

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With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach

With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach

By expanding its land reclamation activities in the South China Sea and growing the PLA’s global clout, China is reinforcing its influence in the Asia-Pacific.

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The Global Order in a Post-United Nations Era

The Global Order in a Post-United Nations Era

In its current form and function, the United Nations is on course to become irrelevant. Times are rapidly changing and while its model has been static, at best.

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Instability in the DRC: The Kabila Problem

Instability in the DRC: The Kabila Problem

Joseph Kabila has decided to postpone elections in the DRC. In one of the most unstable countries in the world, the implications are serious.

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Africa’s Tech Scene: Drones Deliver, Uber Innovates, Entrepreneurs Repatriate

Africa’s Tech Scene: Drones Deliver, Uber Innovates, Entrepreneurs Repatriate

Africa is becoming a hotbed for technology, shifting again the conventional wisdom on the continent and redefining its business environment and politics.

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Did Gül Really Mean What He Said?

Did Gül Really Mean What He Said?

In an interview, the former Turkish President said, “What happened [the coup attempt] was a crime that will ultimately fail because Turkey is not an African country and is not located in Latin America.”

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Security Context of Illegal Wildlife Trade in East Africa

Security Context of Illegal Wildlife Trade in East Africa

Illegal wildlife trade is of immense value to criminal organizations and armed non-state actors such as al-Shabaab in Somalia.

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CIDRZ Recovery: Stronger Institutions for Health and Development

CIDRZ Recovery: Stronger Institutions for Health and Development

CIDRZ reforms and rebuilds its research, public health, and development programs to deliver better science, health care, and local talent capacity-building.

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