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Flirting with Hyenas: How External Interests are Fuelling Instability in the Horn of Africa

This study examines how external factors are destabilizing the Horn of Africa region. The objective is to demonstrate how external commercial, geostrategic, political, and military interests are contributing significantly to this phenomenon, and exp…

Retreat to Nationalism in the 21st Century Globalization: Lessons for Africa from COVID-19 - Conference Report

The conference was organized to provide a platform for African scholars and policy practitioners to deliberate on the challenges to globalization occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant containment measures. Specifically, the conference se…

Towards Stronger Africa-Middle East Relations: A Report of the International Conference on Africa-Middle East Relations, August 25-26, 2021

The HORN International Institute for Strategic Studies (the HORN Institute) held a hybrid conference on August 25 – 26, 2021 themed Shared Peace. Shared Security. Shared Prosperity to deliberate recent political, economic, and security engagements b…

Effects of Foreign Power Presence in Djibouti and Lessons for Horn Countries

This policy brief provides a warning on foreign power presence in Djibouti. Following a realist tradition, the policy brief discusses dangerous effects of foreign power presence and argues that tensions between China and the US might escalate into u…

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