Though African countries were actively involved in the creation of the ICC, this Institute for Justice and Reconciliation report argues the relationship between the Court and the African Union is in need of repair.
This Partnership Africa-Canada paper examines the lack of transparency over diamond revenues in Zimbabwe, and offers policy suggestions that would improve management and transparency in the country’s murky mineral industry.
The paper investigates Russia–South Africa relations in light of their membership in BRICS and the G-20. It suggests that extensive economic opportunities can be developed through increased cooperation, which has lagged in recent years.
This ISS paper argues the debate on resource conflict in Africa has ignored the particular characteristics of natural resources, and how these can inherently influence the likelihood of certain commodities causing friction.
Against the myriad of challenges that Nairobi's municipal utilities face on a daily basis, this paper identifies institutional gaps and explains how policy-relevant research can contribute to the progressive realization of adequate water for all.