Ubuntu, foreign policy and radical uncertainty in South Africa and the world
Nigeria is out of recession but not out of the woods yet
Cameroon's Anglophone crisis demands urgent attention
Morocco's accession to ECOWAS 'will do more harm than good'
Journalists under duress: Internet shutdowns in Africa are stifling press freedom
Can South Africa de-escalate the Korean Peninsula crisis?
Togo: Unlocking the gate to political succession
Key issues likely to dominate the 2017 BRICS Summit
A brief guide to the Continental Free Trade Agreement
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Rethinking Development Finance: Towards a New “possible trinity” for Growth?
Europe in North Africa: Fighting Short-Termism
Gender, Agriculture and Climate Change in Malawi
Double-edged Sword: Vigilantes in African Counter-Insurgencies
The Future of Globalization
D'une Exploitation Massive du Poisson à une lutte contre la Raréfaction de la Ressource dans la vallée du fleuve Sénégal, des années 50 à nos jours
Reform or unravel? Prospects for Angola’s transition
From our partners
Improving Flood-Resilience of Small Businesses in Kigali
The intensity and frequency of extreme precipitation events in Rwanda is projected to increase due to climate variability, such as the El-Nino Southern Oscillation and climate change. These changes are projected to lead to shorter rainy seasons while extreme-precipitation events – that can trigger floods – will increase in frequency.
Money Talks - A key reason youths join Boko Haram
The particular observation in this study, that people join Boko Haram because of financial rewards, challenges the popular scholarly proposition that poverty has no direct causal link with terrorism and violent extremism.
Angolan refugees in Zambia: Reflecting on local integration as a sustainable solution
The southern African nation of Zambia launched the Strategic Framework for the Local Integration of Former Angolan Refugees in Zambia to benefit those former refugees who chose not to return to their country of origin.
Brazilian and Moroccan Policies for sub-Saharan Africa: Description and Elements for Assessment
This paper retraces Brazil and Morocco’s economic strategies towards sub-Saharan Africa since the beginning of the century, highlighting the characteristics and evaluating the performance of the instruments used to promote the flows of trade, investment and cooperation between each of the two countries and the sub-Saharan region.