A change in IGAD’s approach and a new political leadership in South Sudan constitute the exit plan out of the conflict.
Placing these tragic events in a wider context, suggests a need to reassess the ‘war on terror’ in the horn of Africa.
Egypt’s secular left must abandon its historical attachment to power and side with accountability instead.
Instead of a repeat of the 2007 ethnic conflict, there was an ethnic reconciliation in this election, writes Mamdani.
The Lord’s Resistance Army is a Ugandan problem calling for a Ugandan political solution.
As global powers become more interested in Africa, interventions in the continent will likely become more common.
The UN’s ‘winner takes all’ strategy has placed great tension on a society strained by its colonial past, scholar says.
There can be no quick fix for a Libya caught between a loose-cannon despot and an opportunistic Western intervention.
The process of implementing the UN resolution on Libya was a poorly executed farce with no long-term foresight.