South Africans go to the polls on May 7, 2014 in elections that are widely seen as the beginning of a fundamental realignment in the country's politics.
The focus of this report is to provide a concise description of the outcomes of the negotiations on transparency under the UNFCCC and their implications for South Africa.
Somalia’s troubled recent history began with the fall of the Siad Barre regime in 1991 and the subsequent outbreak of war among various clan-based actors in the different regions of the country.
The Africa Initiative research program aims to inform policy
making in Africa by supporting new and innovative field-based
research on issues critical to the continent.
The Africa Initiative exchange program is building capacity by
supporting short-term academic placements for African and Canadian
graduate students undertaking research on Africa.